Recipe with Matcha

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Recipe with Matcha

Here are some delicious and healthy matcha recipes.
A simple recipe that makes it easy for you to incorporate matcha into your daily life.

Matcha yogurt

  • Sugar, 1 teaspoon
  • Matcha, 1/2 teaspoon
  • Yogurt, 100g

Melt the matcha and sugar with a small amount of hot water.
Mix with yogurt and when it turns marble, put it in a jar or glass.
Be careful not to mix too much, as this will no longer form marble!
We also recommend putting nuts, dried fruits and granola at the bottom of the glass.
Perfect for breakfast.

Matcha latte

  • Matcha
  • Your favorite sugar, white or brown sugar, honey, agave syrup, Kuromitsu, maple syrup
  • Your favorite milk, milk or soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk

Melt the matcha and sugar in a small amount of hot water, and mix with milk.
You can enjoy it hot or iced.
It contains caffeine, so you can have it for breakfast instead of coffee latte.

Mille Crêpes with Matcha

  • Matcha
  • Wheat flour
  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • Egg
  • Melted butter
  • Milk
  • Matcha
  • Fresh cream
  • Sugar

Prepare crêpes batter. Put the matcha, flour and sugar in a bowl and mix well with a whisk.
Add the egg, salt and melted butter and mix well.
Gradually add the milk, and mix until smooth.
Bake the crêpe batter. Heat a pan over medium heat, apply oil-soaked paper towel, pour the dough with a ladle and roll it out thinly.
Cook both sides, and set them back to remove the approximate heat.
Repeat this and bake 10 crêpes.
Make a whipped cream. Put the fresh cream, sugar and matcha in a bowl and whip it until an almost firm consistency.
Apply cream between the crêpes and layer them in layers.
Leave it in the fridge for about an hour to let the taste melt and it’s ready.
You can also add chopped Marrons (Chestnuts) and Kuromitsu, or Baby peach, and decorate with Gold leaf flakes to make it even more beautiful and delicious.

Also some ideas for cooking with matcha

  • Matcha salt for Sushi, Tempura, Kara-age (japanese fried chicken)
  • Matcha miso (miso, matcha, mirin or sake if you don’t like a sweet sauce,
    you can also add dashi powder if you have some)
    for fish, meat, vegetable, pasta, noodles …
  • Matcha dressing (Matcha miso, rice or balsamic vinegar, olive or sesame oil)
    for salad, sashimi, carpaccio,
  • Matcha miso mayonnaise (Matcha miso, mayonnaise)
    for vegetables, toast, appetizer …

Try this matcha for cooking and baking.
Fine texture, easy to use without having lumps.