Simple Recipes - Vol. 2

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Simple Recipes - Vol. 2

Simple Recipes - Vol. 2

Enjoy the authentic, rich taste of the products Matcha Cafe Maiko has to offer? Want to try making some of them yourself? In this guide, we'll show you how with some simple recipes. Please be sure to check out the other recipe pages as well.

Recipe #1: Matcha Pudding

Ingredients (for 6 cups)

Making It

  1. 1. Place the gelatin in water to soften it up.
  2. 2. Place the sugar, condensed milk, and fresh cream into a pot and warm under a low heat setting. After bubbling and the sugar has fully dissolved, add the gelatin from step #1 to the pot.
  3. 3. After the gelatin dissolves, add in the milk and matcha powder and mix them.
  4. 4. Add in some cold water to the pot and mix until it gets thick.
  5. 5. Pour out an equal amount into 6 cups with water and put into a refrigerator to harden.
  6. 6. After hardening, add some whipped cream to the top. Finally, sprinkle some matcha powder on top of that to finish.

Notes from the chef

Matcha has a certain thickness and weight to it. Be sure to do step #4 because if you do step #3 and leave it as it is, it will come out as two different layers.

Recipe #2: Matcha Chiffon Cake

Ingredients (for one 17cm in diameter cake)

Portion A

Portion B

Making It

  1. 1. For Portion A Put the egg whites and sugar in a bowl and beat thoroughly with a beater. You'll make some meringue.
  2. 2. For Portion B Place the egg yolks, sugar, salad oil, water, flour, and matcha powder all in another bowl and beat thoroughly.
  3. 3. Put the contents of Portion A in Portion B's bowl and mix and cut with a spatula.
  4. 4. Using a chiffon baking pan, insert the mixed ingredients from step #3 and tap the pan on a table to remove any air bubbles.
  5. 5. Preheat the oven to 170 degrees Celsius and bake for approx. 40 minutes.
  6. 6. Turn the pan upside down and let it cool.
  7. 7. Use some thin tools to help remove the cake from the pan and it's all finished.

Notes from the chef

Please remember that recipes are not absolute. Adjust the baking time depending on the oven as well as your own preferences.

Thanks for reading and we hope that you enjoy these recipes. If you're in the Honolulu area, be sure to stop by Matcha Cafe Maiko.