Hey everyone, it’s me, Dave, welcome to my recipe site. Today, I will show you a way to make a distinctive dish, easter rabbits and eggs- jouyo manju (wagashi). One of my favorites. This time, I am going to make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.
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To get started with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can have easter rabbits and eggs- jouyo manju (wagashi) using 5 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you cook it.
The ingredients needed to make Easter Rabbits and Eggs- Jouyo Manju (Wagashi)-
- Prepare 40 g Grated Yamaimo （Yam)
- Get 80 g Sugar
- Get 50-55 gJouyo-ko (fine rice flour)
- Get 100 g Koshi-aｎ (Red beam jam)
- Make ready ＋Food colorings
Instructions to make Easter Rabbits and Eggs- Jouyo Manju (Wagashi)-
- Ingredients for 10 pieces. *Grated Yam 40g = 10g Yam powder + 30ml Water
- Make dough. Add the sugar into the grated Yamaimo. Mix them. Put the Yamaimo mixture into the jouyo-ko(rice flower).
- Put the jouyo-ko(rice flower) onto the yamaimo mixture and fold it. Mix them until the dough becomes like "squeezing an earlobe". Divide the dough into 10.
- Wrap a beam jam ball with the dough.
- Make it oval. Do same things to make 10 oval buns.
- Make Rabbits. Make a head with chopsticks.
- Make ears.
- Make ears. Do the same thing (No.7-No.9) and make 6 Rabbits. Leave 4 for eggs.1. Dissolve the blue food coloring with in a little water. Paint a rabbit's nose. Dissolve the blue food coloring, the purple food coloring and a little Jouyo-ko (rice flour) in a little water. Put rabbit's eyes.
- Decorate the 4 oval buns like Easter eggs.
- Put them in a steamer and spray water over them.
- Steam them for 8minuites.
- Then cool them down (with a cotton clothes cover not to get dry).
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