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9.16.2011

White Chocolate & Green Tea Muffin ホワイトチョコと抹茶のマフィン


I made White Chocolate & Green Tea Muffin Today!!!
I love love love MATCHA Green Tea so much!
This Muffin has great Green Tea aroma, is bitter and sweet (as like your memory of first love ) and is moist and soft.
Green!


*Ingredients* 10 serving   (1 cup=250ml)
100g Unsalted butter
90g (1/2 cup) Cane Sugar
1 egg
125ml (1/2 cup)Milk
185g (1&1/2 cup) cake flour
pinch of salt
1&1/2 tsp Baking Powder
2 tbsp Green Tea MATCHA powder
1/2 to 1 cup Chunked White Chocolate

*Directions*
Preheat oven to 340F.
Warm milk to body temperature.
Butter and Milk at room temperature
Shift dry ingredients together.

1. Beat butter until fluffy. add sugar and beat. Add beaten Egg slowly. then add warmed Milk slowly until Combined well.
2. Fold dry ingredients  into the mixture.


3. Pour the batter into muffin pan. insert Chunked Chocolate into the batter.

4. Bake for about 25 minutes.
hey! you!

Enjoy!

今日はお抹茶とホワイトチョコのマフィンを作ってみました。
美味しかろうとは思っていたけれど、思っていた以上にうまく出来て、ついつい出来たてを二個も食べてしまったわ!
抹茶スイーツ好きにはたまらん美味さですわい。ふふ。
ホワイトチョコは私は上に見えるようにしたかったので差し込みましたが、お好みで混ぜ込んでもいいかもしれません。

*材料*マフィン10個分
無塩バター 100g
きび砂糖 90g
卵 1個
牛乳 125ml
塩 ひとつまみ
薄力粉 185g
BP 小さじ1と1/2
抹茶 大さじ2
砕いたホワイトチョコ 1枚から2枚

*作り方*
オーブンを170度に温めておく。
粉類をまとめてふるっておく。
卵とバターは室温に戻しておく。
牛乳は一肌に温めておく。

1. バターをふわっとするまで泡立てる。砂糖を加え泡立てる。ゆっくりと溶き卵を加え、温めた牛乳も加える。
2. そこへ、粉類をさっくり混ぜ込む。
3. マフィン型に生地を流し、ホワイトチョコを生地に差し込む。
4. 予熱しておいたオーブンで25分程焼く。
抹茶が濃ゆい〜。

あったかい時に食べるとチョコがとろーりして美味しいですが、時間が経っても生地が落ち着いてきて美味しいですよ!
生地も、ちょっと混ぜ過ぎちゃったかな?と思っても固くならずふわっとしっとり☆とっても簡単なので、お試しあれ〜☆★

ランキングに参加中です!クリック頂けると嬉しいです!

9.15.2011

OMUSUBI (ONIGIRI) Rice Ball ただのおにぎり

Have you ever watched Japanese cartoon movie 「Spirited Away」?
I like that movie. If you have watched it,  you have seen a girl 'Chihiro' was eating riceball.
that is 'ONIGIRI / OMUSUBI'!
I like that scene, and  I can't stop crying everytime  I watch it. 
Why Chihiro starts crying just after she ate Onigiri?
I think, because Onigiri is Japanese soul food,comfort food, traditional food and We are so familiar with Onigiri. So, she was relieved at the Onigiri. I understand her. that's the way it is!


So, I would love to share the Simple Onigiri recipe, sincerely. 
It's very simple. and soo easy!

*Ingredients* 3 serving
3 cup steamed Japanese rice or Sushi rice
salt to taste
strips of dried NORI seaweed

(filling)
UMEBOSHI pickled plum
grilled salted salmon

*Directions*
1. place cooked rice in a bowl, sprinkle salt, and fold.

2. Place a third of rice on a plastic wrap, then form into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly.


3. Off the Plastic wrap. then, Wrap the riceball with a strip of NORI seaweed if you like.
simple one!

4. If you want to put UMEBOSHI in, Remove the seed. Place a third of rice on a plastic wrap, then make a dent in the middle of rice, then put UMEBOSHI in the dent. Form into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly. off the Plastic wrap.
UMEBOSHI (pickled plum)!
5. If you want to mix filling in a rice,  Pick off the fresh of a grilled salmon, add salmon in a rice. Place a third of salmon mixed rice on a plastic wrap, then form into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly. off the Plastic wrao.






ahh!I'm hungry!

You can mix Sesame, or sprikle the Rice seasoning, or put KATSUOBUSHI(bonito flakes) seasoned with soy sauce for filling.

If it's too difficult to make triangle shape, don't worry you can make a round shape, and it's so fine!

Onigiri is good for breakfast, lunch, and lunch box too.
I like this bamboo lunch box! 

Tada~!!!

Enjoy!!!

Onigiri

9.04.2011

お抹茶のクレームブリュレ Green Tea MATCHA Creme Brulee

I made Green tea MATCHA creme brulee today.


It has only simple ingredients, but soooooo good!
This is great surprise to me!!!
It will be your favorite home made dessert. Try it out☆

Green Tea Creme Brulee  (6 serving)    **1 cup=240ml
*Ingredients*
2 tsp Green Tea MATCHA powder
1 tbsp Hot water
200ml (1/2 cup and 1/3 cup) Heavy cream
125ml (1/2 cup) Unsweetened Soy milk, or Milk
3 tbsp granulated sugar
3 yolks
(for caramelize)
6 tbsp granulated sugar

*Directions*
1. Preheat oven to 300F. Prepare boil water for water bath.

water bath.

2. Add Hot water slowly to Matcha Green Tea powder. Mix well.

3. Pour heavy cream and soy milk in a milk pan, and stir over low heat until it almost comes boil. Remove from the heat, set aside.

4. In a bowl, Whisk together Egg yolks until it starts to thick, Add Green Tea mixture. and mix.


5. Add Heavy cream mixture gradually into the egg yolk mixture. stirring continually and gently.

6. Strain the mixture through a strainer, pour into 6 small ramekins. Bake in a water bath for 20 minutes.
Strain.
7. Remove from the oven, and cool to room temperature. Refrigerate for 2 hours, or more.


8. Spread 1 tbsp granulated sugar on top for each 6 ramekins. Using a torch, Melt a sugar until the tops are caramelized. Be careful as not to burn. Cool to room temperature, Refrigerate for about 15 minutes.


Yum! Yum!

*If you don't have a torch, then use a disused spoon. Heat a Spoon over a flame, and Press a spoon against sugar. It's like a Spoon Iron! I did it for yellow bowl creme brulee. and I felt Spoon is better than torch! but, It's kind of dangerous... So, Please do not burn yourself! OK?


お抹茶のブリュレを作ってみましたよー!
ちょい焦げたけど、ま、いいかー!

濃厚なプリンを作るみたいな要領でできるのでメチャメチャ簡単。作ってみてちょいとビックリしてしまいました!
中はとろとろ、外はキャラメルがカーリカリ☆
プリンよりもっとクリーミーな感じ!

正直言って、でっかい器に作って全部一人で食べたいくらい美味しい。あ、でも太る?
豆乳で作ってみたので多少はヘルシーかしら?
お抹茶好きの私にはたまらん味ですぜ〜。お試しあれ〜。



抹茶ブリュレ 
*材料* ココット6個分
お抹茶 小さじ2
お湯 大さじ1
生クリーム 1カップ
豆乳(または牛乳) 125ml
グラニュー糖 大さじ3
卵黄 3個

(キャラメリゼ用)
グラニュー糖 大さじ6

*作り方*
1. オーブンを150度に予熱する。天板にお湯をはっておく。
2. お抹茶にお湯を加え、ダマがなくなるようしっかり溶かす。
3. 生クリームと豆乳を弱火で温める。(沸騰させない。)
4. 卵黄とグラニュー糖をボールに入れ、しっかり混ぜておく。ここに、溶かした抹茶も入れてよく混ぜる。
5. 卵液に、温めた3'の生クリーム液を少しずつ加え、静かに混ぜる。
6. 細かい目の漉し器で漉してからココットに入れて、予熱しておいたオーブンで20分蒸し焼きする。
7. 焼けてあら熱が取れたら、冷蔵庫で2時間くらい冷やす。
8. よく冷えたら、グラニュー糖を各ココットに大さじ1ずつふりかけて、表面をバーナーでキャラメル色になるまであぶる。あら熱が取れたら、冷蔵庫に入れて15分程冷やしてできあがり!
器によって雰囲気も変わりますねぇ。
バーナーがない場合、古いスプーンを火でしっかりあぶって、表面の砂糖にジュジューっと押し当てるとキャラメル状になります。スプーンはものすごく熱くなるので、火傷には充分注意して下さいね!


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