"Cocoa Shiruko" recipe! An adult taste with the bitterness of cocoa and the aroma of Western liquor
|Material ( For 1 person )|
|Cutted rice cake||1 piece|
|cocoa powder||1 tsp|
|Brandy or rum||1/2 teaspoon|
Introducing the recipe for "cocoa shiruko" that adds cocoa to give it a bitter taste. It is a hot dessert with an adult taste that is not too sweet and has the scent of Western liquor.
Ingredients (for 1 person)1 piece of cut rice cake 1 teaspoon of cocoa powder
Yudezuki 50g (1.76oz)
1/2 teaspoon brandy or rum
How to make cocoa shirukoCut the rice cake in half and bake in an oven toaster until it is lightly colored and soft.
Put cocoa powder in a small bowl and add 1.5 tablespoons of hot water to dissolve.
Put azuki beans and 40 ml of water in a small pan, mix and heat over medium heat. Boil for about 2 minutes with occasional mixing.
Add cocoa melted in hot water and brandy or rum to a pan and mix. Take it in a bowl and add the baked rice cake to complete it.
What is the taste of cocoa shiruko?
The bittersweet richness of cocoa melts into the sweetness of boiled azuki beans. It's not too sweet, and it has an adult taste with the aroma of Western liquor! It's okay if you don't have a bad drink. It is also recommended to arrange with spices such as cinnamon and ginger.