Japanese Dessert Recipes: Anmitsu

Japanese Dessert Recipes: Anmitsu

 

Japanese Dessert Recipes: Anmitsu

It is made of small cubes of agar jelly, a white translucent jelly made from red algae. The agar is dissolved with water to make the jelly. It is served in a bowl with sweet azuki bean paste or anko, boiled peas, often gyūhi and a variety of fruits such as peach slices, mikan, pieces of pineapples, and cherries. The anmitsu usually comes with a small pot of sweet black syrup, which one pours onto the jelly before eating

 
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How to make Popular Japanese Dessert: Anmitsu

Celebrate summer with this delightful Japanese dessert called Anmitsu! It’s a Japanese wagashi dessert with agar agar jelly, fruits, mochi, red bean paste, green tea ice cream and a good drizzle of sweet black sugar syrup.
Recipe by Justonecookbook

 

Ingredients for Anmitsu

1 batch Agar Agar Jelly (Kanten)
1 batch Shiratama Dango (Mochi)
6 Tbsp red bean paste (anko)
6 scoops green tea ice cream

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Directions:

Please note that we can prepare everything but Shiratama Dango ahead of time. If you cannot purchase sweetened red beans, green tea ice cream, kuromitsu at a Japanese grocery store, you can find the recipe link in the ingredient section above.
Make Agar Agar Jelly.
Make Shiratama Dango

For full Directions, please view Video

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