Oshiruko is the best on cold days🎵

Oshiruko is the best on cold days🎵

Hello everyone ( ´ ▽ ` )

I'm Keko, who loves eating and cooking delicious food.
It's been getting really cold lately, and I can't get out of my bed.

Don't you start missing oshiruko on cold days?

Today, I would like to make Oshiruko using Japanese tea!

Ingredients (for 2 people)

Matcha (wisteria white)...2 teaspoons
Hot water...2 tablespoons
Arrowroot powder...25g

Boiled red beans...8 tablespoons

Let's make it right away 😊


① Preparation of Matcha Shiruko (Material A)

Dissolve the matcha in hot water to avoid lumps.

How to make Matcha Shiruko


②Make Shiratama Dango (Material B)

Shiratamako. Add water little by little and knead until the consistency of an earlobe.
Roll into bite-sized balls and make a well in the center.
Place in boiling water, boil for 1 minute until they float, then drain in cold water.


How to make Matcha Shiruko 2. Boil Shiratama.


③Put arrowroot powder and water in a pot, stir with a wooden spatula until completely dissolved, then heat over medium heat.


④ Mix well and once it thickens, turn off the heat, add matcha and mix.

How to make Matcha Shiruko 3


⑤Pour the shiratama into a bowl, pour in ④, add the boiled red beans and it's done✨


The flavor and sweetness of matcha will gently soothe your body and mind 😊

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