If you or your family are a little timid about green tea in food, this may be the key to winning them over. Now donuts aren't the healthiest option ever, but green tea is so it balances out, right? For the occasional decadent treat using culinary matcha check out this yummy recipe from Just One Cookbook.
The green tea donuts not fancy enough? Try this traditional custard desert with a green tea twist. The subtle flavor of the crème brûlée let's the culinary matcha stand out and you get to use a blow torch! Check out the detailed recipe with step-by-step pictures at Just One Cookbook.
For a more traditional Japanese green tea desert try a steamed cake or Mushi Pan. It's light, fluffy and steamed instead of baked. Plus they're quick to make in about 20 minutes. Check out the detailed recipe with step-by-step pictures at Just One Cookbook.
Most ‘culinary’ grade matches are typically code for ‘low grade’ matcha that tastes bitter and has a brownish color. We offer an organic grade matcha that not only has a rich green color, but a well rounded flavor that enhances any food or beverage.
Get more recipes to make with matcha at Just One Cookbook. Namiko Chen has created hundreds of easy Japanese recipes with step-by-step instructions, photos and videos.