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How to Cook Appetizing Yomogi Manju

Yomogi Manju.

Yomogi Manju You can cook Yomogi Manju using 10 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Yomogi Manju

  1. Prepare 130 grams of Cake flour.
  2. It’s 5 grams of Dried yomogi (Japanese mugwort).
  3. You need 1 tsp of Baking soda.
  4. Prepare 80 grams of Sugar.
  5. You need 50 ml of Water.
  6. Prepare 1 of Katakuriko (for final dusting).
  7. It’s 100 grams of *Adzuki beans.
  8. Prepare 70 grams of *Sugar.
  9. Prepare 1 pinch of *Salt.
  10. You need 500 ml of *Water.

Yomogi Manju instructions

  1. Make the filling. First, cook the adzuki beans. Boil the *water with the beans until tender, then add the *salt and *sugar and simmer until the liquid reduces, mashing the beans as you go..
  2. Portion the filling from Step 1 (or store bought filling) into 12 balls..
  3. Mix together the cake flour and dried yomogi..
  4. Put the water and sugar into a bowl, and heat to melt the sugar. After cooling, add baking soda and combine with the dough from Step 3. Let chill in the refrigerator to make it easier to handle..
  5. Break the dough from Step 4 into 12 balls. (About the same size as the filling balls)..
  6. Shape the manju. Flatten the dough balls from Step 5 and place a filling in the center..
  7. Use your thumb and pointer finger to stretch the dough up and around the filling like in the picture. If you leave the bottom slightly thicker than the rest, it looks nicer when finished..
  8. It's done! It's fine if this dough is a little thinner at the bottom. Be sure to completely cover the filling..
  9. Once you get all the dough and filling balls to Step 8, put the opening side down and lightly coat with katakuriko. They'll be nice and shiny when finished. You could also omit it..
  10. Place the manju in a steamer on 3-4 cm sheets of parchment paper. They will plump when steamed, so leave a little room between..
  11. Steam for about 10 minutes, and they're done. This picture was taken just after they finished steaming..

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