Recipe of Any-night-of-the-week Brown Rabbits - Chestnut Jouyo Manjyu (Wagashi)

Brown Rabbits - Chestnut Jouyo Manjyu (Wagashi)
Brown Rabbits - Chestnut Jouyo Manjyu (Wagashi)

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To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have brown rabbits - chestnut jouyo manjyu (wagashi) using 6 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Brown Rabbits - Chestnut Jouyo Manjyu (Wagashi):
  1. Get 40 g Grated Yamaimo
  2. Get 80 g Brown Sugar
  3. Take 50-55 g Jouyo-ko (Rice Flour)
  4. Prepare 60 g Chestnut puree
  5. Get 30 g Sugar
  6. Take +Food colorings
Instructions to make Brown Rabbits - Chestnut Jouyo Manjyu (Wagashi):
  1. Ingredients for 10
  2. Prepare filling–Add 30g of sugar into 60g of chestnut puree. Mix them well. Divide it into 10 and make them round. Wrap them with a paper towel to take the moisture.
  3. Make dough—Add 80g of brown sugar into 40g of grated Yamaimo. Mix them well. Put the Yamaimo mixture into 50-55g of "jouyo-ko (rice flour)".
  4. Mix them. Put the rice flour onto the yamaimo mixture and fold it.
  5. Make Rabbits with Yamaimo dough & chestnut puree.—Divide the dough into 10, as using dusting flour. Wrap a chestnut puree ball with a dough. (as using dusting flour) Make it egg shape. Do the same thing and make 10.
  6. Make a head and ears with chopstick and a sukeppa.
  7. Make an orange paint with red + yellow and paint a rabbit's nose. Make a dark color with red + green + Jouyo-ko (rice flour) and put rabbit's eyes. (Do the same thing and make 10 Rabbits.
  8. Put them in a steamer. Spray Water over them.Cool them down with a cotton clothes cover not to get dry.

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