Project Frozen Ices

Jul 2, 2021 | Cooking Club

Make FROZEN (amazake) ICES in your kitchen

Using the basic description and recipe (for Banana-Ginger Ice) in the Kitchen Culture blog post, try making different flavors: Kuro Goma (Black Sesame), Matcha (Green Tea), and Ichigo (Strawberry) are especially tasty.

KANSHA (pg 230) has a recipe for Brown Sugar Ice (Kuro Mitsu Aisu) and WASHOKU has a recipe for Black Sesame (pg 298) and Ruby Grapefruit, Strawberry, Apple and Honeydew Melon flavors, too (pg 297).

 

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