White chocolate-dipped Green tea MATCHA Biscotti! ホワイトチョコがけ抹茶のビスコッティ

One of my american twitter friend ask me if I have a Matcha Green tea and White Chocolate biscotti  recipe.

and I made it! Check this out!!!

White Chocolate covered Green tea Biscotti! YUM!

Here, I've been trying to make and write a recipe in English for people who have interest in Japanese food.
But,Sometimes, I have no idea what should I write. Because, there's nothing surprising in Japanese food for me. It's too normal to recognize the interests of Japanese anew.

So, I'm very happy to share the Japanese recipe. and hoping to find something new from you.
Do you have any requests for the Japanese food recipe you would like to know?

*Ingredients*8 to 10 peices
1 U.S. cup(120g) cake flour
1/4 U.S.cup (45g) granulated sugar
1 egg
2 to 3 tsp Milk
1 tsp baking powder

1 tbsp MATCHA Green Tea powder
about 1/3 U.S. cup Mixed nuts
2 oz (60g)White Chocolate

1. Preheat oven to 360F.
2. In a bowl, Shift together flour, Green tea and BP. 

3. Add sugar and Milk and beaten egg. then Combine with spatura. (If the dough is too dry, You could add milk a little.)
4. Add Mixed nuts. and Using your hands.
5. Shape into a long roll on cookie sheet. flattened to about one inch thickness.

6. Bake dough in the oven at 360F for 20 minutes.

7. Remove from oven and allow to cool. 
8. Cut into diagonal slices. Place the cut sides down.
9. Bake it in the oven at 320F for about 8 to 10 minutes. Transfer to rack and cool. 

You don't have to dip into the Chocolate. it's good!

10. Melt White Chocolate in a double boiler over low heat until melted and smooth, Dip biscotti half-way into the melted chocolate. Place biscotti on a parchment paper. Refrigerate until chocolate is firm.

Have a tea break with these biscotti!!!


薄力粉 120g
グラニュー糖 45g
卵(M) 1個
牛乳 小さじ2〜3
ベーキングパウダー 小さじ1
抹茶 大さじ1
ミックスナッツ 40g
ホワイトチョコ 40〜60g




  1. hey!

    i'm so excited to make this later this afternoon and have it with black tea. thanks for sharing the recipe :D

    i would to request a recipe of negimiso. most of the ones i see have a ton of sugar in them >_<

    i would like to recommend her lemon sables are awesome! i have the recipe if you want. she has a cookie recipe that calls for chocolate extract. haven't tried it yet but it's so intriguing. almond cake is amazing! food blog (i'm filipino and just want to show you some of the foods we eat since you are so kind to share as yours)


    thanks again.

  2. Dear Foodie,
    Thank you for your kind comment! It's make me happy!!

    I'm wondering how did you know about NEGIMOSO? I'm surprised that you are interested in NEGIMOSO. It's simple traditional food.
    Wow! I gonna ask how to make them to my grand mom!!

    And Thank you for the recommends(*´∀`*)
    Ahhh! OMG! How many recipe she has? all of 'Chocolate and zucchini' recipe looks so so so delicious!I didn't try it but I can tell it's very good! I can't wait to cook them!
    And I like nuts! I have to make his Almond cake, too. I like his professional work and should learn from his recipe. Those are very beautiful.
    Philipino food! I've never been there. It's very interesting to me. Filipino loves pork and chicken more than beef? Bihon!? filipino people eat Behon? We have Behon in Japan too! I find there's common food culture in it.
    Thank for sharing!!! I would love to read them slowly and and thoroughly!
    Thank you very much(^0^)




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