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|Material ( for one person )|
|Concentrated type of Salty Lychee||2 tablespoons|
|lemon juice (ingredient)||1 tablespoon|
From the World's Kitchen" Salty Lychee "5x Concentrated TypeKirin's "From the World's Kitchen" series' popular "Salty Lychee" flavor is now available in a 500ml (16.91us fl oz) paper pack. The author found it at a Lawson store in Tokyo, where it was priced at 497 yen (tax included).
This product is said to be a condensed version of the refreshingly sweet and slightly salty taste of sultry lychee, which can be made to taste similar to the original sultry lychee by adding 4 times the amount of water, but can also be added to dishes and desserts in various other ways.
One of the hottest topics on Twitter is that it can be mixed with milk to make a "lassi" (a yogurt-based Indian drink ). Many people seem to be addicted to it.
The Engeboku editorial staff tried it, too!
Salty Lychee from the World's Kitchen" becomes a delicious "Lassi" when mixed with milk!
Ingredients (1 serving)2 tablespoons concentrated sorghum lychee
1 tablespoon lemon juice
How to makeJust mix all the prepared ingredients together. It's so easy!
The mixture is ready when it gradually thickens as it is mixed. You can garnish with mint, etc. to finish it off!
When you drink it, it tastes exactly like a lassi! The mild milkiness (but no milkiness) is combined with the saltiness of the salty lychee and the acidity of the lemon juice to create a mild but refreshing yogurt-like drink.
It also has a fruity lychee flavor that lingers on the palate. I recommend adding mint, which adds a herbal flavor and makes it even more summery.
Curry for dinner tonight! If you make it in a jiffy and put it on the dining table, you will feel like you are at an Indian restaurant!