Matcha Mushipan (Green Tea Steamed Cake) Japanese Recipe

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  1. Hi guys, I love this easy recipe, May I know what id matcha brand you are using. I can't seem to find one which has a bright green color like yours. Tq

  2. I love your videos! I didn't have matcha at home, so I made coffee chocolate chip mushipan instead (1tbsp instant coffee, regular chocolate chips) I'd never heard of mushipan before, and I really love it! It's so soft and fluffy, and I don't even have to turn on my oven to make it! Great recipe, great video, great duo!

  3. I am about to try making them. One question. How are they meant to be eaten? Are they usually eaten hot from the steamer, or is it alright to let them cool for eating later? Which tastes better, in your opinion?

  4. I LOVE this recipe! I can't wait to try it and it's a double plus because I can make this on the stove! It's super hot on Maryland, so I try not to use the oven as much. Fabulous recipe! I love it!
    Cant wait to see the next video!

  5. おいしそう☺️💕
    ホワイトチョコがまたいい感じ!
    簡単だし普通のケーキよりヘルシーでいいですね😆

  6. I'm an absolute matcha fiend, so I'm really loving these desserts. Your mushi-pan look fab! I really must make them soon.

    By the way, as a child, I thought mushi-pan meant bug bread, so I was suspicious of it. So silly. Thanks so much for the recipe!

  7. Awww… that's looks delicious!! Your cake makes me miss grains! I think I have a sweet potato cake recipe that I might be able to modify to make your green tea cake.
    BTW, I 💙💚💛💜 matcha!! I don't think I'll get sick of all your matcha recipes!

  8. Hmmm we don't have matcha here, so I'm thinking of doing what I did for fillings in a matcha kashi-pan. Used a mortar and pestle to pulverize tea leaves as fine as I could, added water and brewed it into a strong tea by boiling it on the stove and adding a bit of potato starch to thicken it. It condensed the flavor that way. I'll give it a try and repor back (..makes me wish i earned money in $ because otherwise that tiny packet of matcha is a weeks worth of food xx oh europe)

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