7609Re: [SCA-JML] wagashi
- Apr 5, 2002Bun-ami-dono:
I'd take all the recipes you can get. Momiji manju is
the momiji (maple) shaped omanju common to the
Hiroshima area--I believe it can be filled with most
standard fillings. But any of the kinds you mentioned
sound wonderful. Any recipes you can provide would be
very much appreciated.
--- Markejag@... wrote:
> What kind? Or better yet, for us non-Japanese__________________________________________________
> reading peoples, what exactly
> do you mean by momiji manju?
> I have three recipes, hikicha-manju (green tea
> flavored buns with sweet bean
> paste), kuzu-manju (arrowroot starch bun) and
> kuri-manju (chestnut buns with
> no chestnuts)
> I also have one for dora-yaki, (sweet bean paste
> sandwiched between 2 small
> sweet pancakes).
> > Nate Ledbetter wrote:
> > > Hello all!
> > >
> > > Would anyone happen to have a recipe for
> > > specifically omanju? Maybe momiji manju? I've
> > > all over the net and can't find
> > Hm. I've never looked. I imagine there are recipes
> online, but they're
> > probably in Japanese...
> > Effingham
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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