• Recipes Using Sata Andagi Mix: Okinawan Donuts

    Recipes Using Sata Andagi Mix: Okinawan Donuts
    Sata Andagi Donuts (Makes About 17 Donuts) Buy Sata Andagi Mix here⇒ You can't celebrate an Okinawan festival without sata andagi donuts! (Well, you can, but it won't be as much fun...) Make sata andagi at home whenever you want and never worry again about not getting your hands on some of these delicious, Okinawan-style deep-fried donuts. Materials Bowl Whisk Paddle Spoon or Rice Paddle Measuring Spoon Pot Ingredients Sata Andagi Mix 500g Eggs 3 Medium-sized Eggs (150g) Vegetable Oil (Neutral) 2 Tablespoons Deep Frying Oil Adjust as needed ※Tasty Point!: Let the dough rest for about...
  • Recipes Using Pon-De-Q Donut Mix: Donut Holes

    Recipes Using Pon-De-Q Donut Mix: Donut Holes
    Cocoa Donut Holes (Makes About 15 Donuts) I am not saying names, but remember that cute donut shop when you visited Japan? Or the one that's probably down the street if you live in Japan? Well, you can recreate their cute donut holes at home! Materials Bowl Whisk Paddle Spoon or Rice Paddle Measuring Spoon Pot Scale Ingredients Pon-De-Q Donut Mix 300g Cocoa Powder 15g Egg 1 Medium-sized Egg (50g) Water 140cc Vegetable Oil 1 Tablespoon (10g) Deep Frying Oil Adjust as needed ※*When cocoa powder is added, the dough will start to become tougher and...
  • Umi Budo Sea Grapes: What are They and How to Eat

    Umi Budo Sea Grapes: What are They and How to Eat
    Umi budo have been crowned the expensive-sounding name 'green caviar' by who knows who, probably some French guy. While that sounds expensive, umi budo prices are far from it. Caviar can be $50-$100 per 30 grams (1 ounce)! Umi budo range from 150 yen to 500 yen per 30 grams depending on how much and where you buy them. They are sold all over Japan, typically at Okinawa-themed restaurants, but only grown near Okinawa and its surrounding islands. 
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