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Great recipe for Matcha Chocolate Adzuki Mont Blanc Shortcake. I made anpan (a bread roll filled with anko) and had just a little bit of tsubu-an leftover, so I thought up this cake. I also had sponge cakes in the freezer, so I made this quite easily.
To begin with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can cook matcha chocolate adzuki mont blanc shortcake using 19 ingredients and 22 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Matcha Chocolate Adzuki Mont Blanc Shortcake:
- Make ready Azuki Bean Cream
- Make ready 60 grams Creme Chantilly
- Make ready 20 grams Tsubu-an
- Make ready Creme Chantilly
- Get 100 grams Heavy cream
- Get 20 grams Sugar
- Prepare Syrup
- Prepare 30 grams Water
- Make ready 10 grams Sugar
- Make ready Sponge Cake
- Prepare 1 Egg
- Prepare 40 grams Caster sugar
- Take 30 grams Cake flour
- Make ready 1 tbsp Milk
- Prepare 10 grams Butter
- Get Matcha Chocolate Cream
- Make ready 15 grams White chocolate
- Make ready 2 grams Matcha (for baking)
- Get 60 grams Creme Chantilly
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Instructions to make Matcha Chocolate Adzuki Mont Blanc Shortcake:
- Make the sponge cake layer. Add the egg white to a bowl. Add the sugar little by little while whipping well with a hand mixer.
- Switch to a rubber spatula and mix in the egg yolk all at once.
- Add in the sifted dry ingredients in 4-5 batches. Cut in with a rubber spatula to mix. Add the next batch before the flour completely is incorporated.
- Heat the milk and butter together in the microwave. Add a small amount of the batter from Step 3 and mix in.
- Return Step 4 into the bowl and mix it in well. The batter is ready once it is thick like ribbons.
- Line a pound cake mold with parchment paper and add the mixture. Rap it against a flat surface 2-3 times to release air bubbles. Bake for 20-25 minutes in a 170°C (338 F) oven.
- As soon as it has finished baking, drop it from a height to release air bubbles. Remove it from the mold and turn it upside down, with the parchment paper to cool.
- Scrape the browned surfaces on the top and bottom with a knife.
- Slice into 3 equal pieces. Since it's a pound cake mold, it should be easy to slice. Slice thinly as possible.
- Add the Creme Chantilly ingredients to a bowl and whip. Transfer 60 g to a different bowl to use for the matcha cream.
- Put the syrup ingredients in a container and heat up in the microwave to dissolve the sugar. Set aside to cool.
- On the slice of sponge cake for the bottom, spread on the syrup with a brush and coat with a little bit of Step 10. Place the center slice of cake on top and spread with more syrup.
- Add anko to the remaining Step 10 creme Chantilly and combine.
- Spread the anko whipped cream on the second layer, lay the top layer of the cake and spread with syrup. Move to the refrigerator.
- Melt white chocolate in a bowl, add the matcha and mix together. Mix in the reserved creme Chantilly for the matcha cream.
- Spread a thin layer of the matcha cream on Step 14.
- Put the cream in a piping bag and use a Mont Blanc piping tip to pipe on the cake. Once it's all assembled, it's finished. Let cool completely in the refrigerator.
- Cut the cake into 5 pieces, decorate, and it's done! Enjoy with a cup of tea.
- Here is the sweet potato version: https://cookpad.com/en/recipes/170951-sweet-potato-mont-blanc-shortcake - - https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/170951-sweet-potato-mont-blanc-shortcake
- The strawberry version: https://cookpad.com/en/recipes/170725-strawberry-mont-blanc-shortcake - - https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/170725-strawberry-mont-blanc-shortcake
- Here is the Raspberry Cheese version: https://cookpad.com/en/recipes/170975-raspberry-cheese-mont-blanc-shortcake - - https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/170975-raspberry-cheese-mont-blanc-shortcake
- This one's orange and chocolate: https://cookpad.com/en/recipes/170952-orange-chocolate-mont-blanc-shortcake - - https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/170952-orange-chocolate-mont-blanc-shortcake
La recette par Chic, chic, chocolat. A déguster avec de belles fraises pour atteindre le paradis ! I loved the Matcha Mont Blanc, which is made with Japanese sweet chestnut paste and matcha. I'm usually not a fan of mont blancs, because it gets too sweet and jelak. However, the addition of matcha rounded off the dessert nicely.
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