Recipes for "Kaki Pudding", a super horse with overripe persimmons!
|material ( For 1-2 people )|
|Ripe persimmon||1 piece|
|milk||Half the amount of persimmon|
Is the persimmon a crispy and hard group? Or is it a soft group? I personally like to be stiff, but when I forget to eat it and notice it, it's overripe! No matter what. Of course, soft persimmons are also delicious, but this time we will introduce a super-easy recipe for arranging overripe Poyopoyo persimmons into "persimmon pudding"!
Two ingredients! Persimmon pudding
● MaterialsClick here for what to prepare.
1 persimmon Milk A little less than half the amount of persimmon
Prepare a little less than half the amount of persimmon.
● How to makeCut the persimmon in half, remove the seeds, and hollow out the fruit inside with a spoon.
Mix the hollowed out persimmon nuts and milk with a mixer or blender.
When the persimmon grains are gone and mixed well, pour into a heat-resistant container. Don't put it to the edge, just leave a little margin.
Wrap it and heat it in the microwave for about a minute and a half and you're done! You can scoop it directly from the bowl and eat it, or you can turn it over and pop it out on a plate.
● What is the taste?Including a bite, it has a pleasant and elastic texture. The mellow richness of the milk and the deep sweetness of the ripe persimmons combine to make it perfectly sweet and delicious, even though no sugar has been added! The pudding that you eat while it is slightly warm is gentle on your stomach and makes you feel relieved. Of course, it's delicious even if you eat it after cooling it!
The reason why the pudding hardens even though it does not contain gelatin is that the pectin contained in the persimmon reacts with the calcium in the milk. In addition, the sister site Enuchi also introduces a recipe for "persimmon pudding " that does not heat in the microwave, but simply mixes persimmon and milk and cools and hardens in the refrigerator. This is softer than microwave oven cooking and is finished in a smooth pudding, so please make it as you like!