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Matcha tea cake

Matcha green tea cake
Green tea is a drink that adapts very well to all kinds of preparations. With this tea you can prepare salty and sweet recipes. Within these last ones I can mention the matcha tea cake; a delicate and special cake to share.

Matcha tea is green tea powder, with which you can prepare different special and very original recipes.

Among the recipes to which you can access is the matcha tea cake, also known as matcha kasutera.

Do not miss this cake!

Matcha Tea Cake Recipe
Ingredients for 8 servings

  • 5 whole eggs
  • 4 egg yolks.
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch
  • 50 gr. of common flour.
  • 175 gr. of blond sugar.
  • 25 gr. of tea matcha powder.
  • 30 cc of skim milk
  • For the merengue: 65 gr. of blond sugar and 5 egg whites.

Preparation

First turn on the oven and keep it at a gentle temperature for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, beat the eggs with the yolks and sugar, reserve.

Prepare the meringue with sugar and egg whites until the snow point is reached.
Mix both preparations.

On the other hand, sieve the flour, powdered green tea and cornstarch; and add to the previous mix.

Add the milk and mix again.

Pour all the preparation into a rectangular mold, previously greased and floured.

Bake at medium temperature for approximately 35 minutes.
You will realize that it is already cooked when you click with a toothpick and it comes out dry.
This green tea cake can be accompanied with a cup of red and orange tea or matcha tea with jasmine. For an exotic cake, nothing better than an exotic tea. Enjoy it!

6 thoughts on “Matcha tea cake

  1. Great variety of Loose Leaf Teas. They come in nice little canisters that can be re-used for future tea purchases. I mention little canisters but it is a lot more tea than I expected. Each canister makes several cups of tea. Also my sampler came with a magnetic chart that has steep times, amounts of tea to use, and recommended water temp.

  2. This looks yummy. Wouldn’t love to try out

    1. Thank you

      1. You’re welcome. PS: I meant to write “would love…!”

  3. Sounds yummy!

    1. Thank you

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