Hey everyone, it’s Drew, welcome to our recipe page. Today, we’re going to make a distinctive dish, it looks so real! "kiritanpo hot pot" tiramisu. It is one of my favorites. For mine, I will make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.
To get started with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can cook it looks so real! "kiritanpo hot pot" tiramisu using 14 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you cook it.
The ingredients needed to make It Looks So Real! "Kiritanpo Hot Pot" Tiramisu:
- Make ready 1 to 1 1/2 times the amount Black Tea Tiramisu recipe
- Prepare 3 Bananas
- Prepare 1 Lemon juice
- Get 3 Mini chocolate pies
- Make ready 1 Decoration pen (white)
- Prepare 1 Matcha chocolate
- Prepare 1 Angelica
- Get 4 Store-bought sweets
- Get Black tea jelly
- Make ready 500 ml Water
- Make ready 6 Tea bags
- Make ready 20 grams Sugar
- Make ready 10 grams Gelatin
- Get 60 ml Water
Steps to make It Looks So Real! "Kiritanpo Hot Pot" Tiramisu:
- Pour mousse in an earthenware pot, lay black tea flavor biscuits and soak them with black tea syrup. Do it once more, then cover with mousse and cool in the refrigerator to thicken it.
- Kiritanpo: Cut off both ends of 2 bananas, pierce with a chopstick then widen the hole by twirling it. Peel, cut into an appropriate size and coat with lemon juice.
- Damako: Cut the removed banana ends from Step 2 into appropriate sizes, shave the tips by knife to round them (see image above). Cut one more banana into the same size of its diameter, shave off the cut surface to round them. Cut in half and coat with lemon juice.
- Black Tea Jelly: Pour water into a small container, soak gelatin into it to soften. Add water in a pot and bring to a boil, then turn off the heat. Add tea bags and let it sit for 30 seconds.
- Remove the tea bags, dissolve sugar and gelatin in it, put the bottom of the pot into the iced water to cool it instantly.
- Top the tiramisu from Step 1 with the kiritanpo and damako then pour the jelly from Step 5 on top. Place in the refrigerator to let cool and thicken up.
- Mitsuba: Melt the matcha chocolate in a bain-marie (double boiler). Drop the melted chocolate into polka dots on parchment paper (see photo on right). Use a spoon tip to spread the polka dots and shape into a leaf. Chill in the refrigerator to harden. Cut angelica into long thin strips.
- Shiitake Mushrooms: Use a white decoration pen to draw a criss-cross on the store-bought mini chocolate pies.
- apanese Leeks: Cut store-bought cigar shaped cookies diagonally.
- Decorate with the mitsuba you made. Lay the matcha chocolate leaves one by one on the jelly using chopsticks. Lay out the angelica so it looks like stalks. Place the shiitake mushrooms on and insert the Japanese leeks into the jelly.
- Here's how it looks when you slice into it. It's a bit hard to see properly…sorry!
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