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MesajSubiect: MomijiManjuu   Dum Mai 23, 2010 10:45 pm



Product Name
Momiji Manju (tsubu)
Contents
5 pieces
Ingredients
Sugar, beans, eggs, flour, rice candy, combine sugar syrup, emulsifiers, Kingupauda Bae (some of the raw milk, including soy)
Expiration date
14 days from the day following the date of manufacture
Preservation method
Direct sunlight, please store at room temperature away from heat and moisture.
Item description
包Mi込Mimashita a sponge dough sweet spicy jam graining. The sweet tooth who is best.

Manjū (饅頭?) is a popular traditional Japanese confection. There are many varieties of manjū, but most have an outside made from flour, rice powder and buckwheat and a filling of an (red bean paste), made from boiled azuki beans and sugar. They are boiled together again and kneaded. There are several varieties of bean paste used including koshian, tsubuan, and tsubushian.

The Momiji Manju are a famous sweet of Miyajima of Aki, and remind of one of three most famous views in Japan.
Miyajima is a famous place for viewing the red leaves of autumn, in particular at the Koyoutani (red leaf valley) park. Around 1907, when the Ryokan (Japanese style 'hotel') located within this park purchased sweets to be served with Japanese tea the merchant Tsunesuke Takatsu was reportedly ordered to prepare sweets in the form of maple leaves. When the first prime minister Hirofumi Itou visited a tea house on Miyajima, he observed the beautiful hands of the young lady serving the sweets and said: "Baking and eating these cute little hands in the shape of maple leaves must surely be delicious." This incident became the beginning of the production of this kind of sweet. Regarding the origin there are two theories obscuring reality, but at the beginning of the Showa period there were several dozen of shops selling these Momiji Manju. The Momiji Manju are characterized in that they are made from superior quality red bean paste, where the cover of the bean has been removed in advance. Else the preparation of the aromatic dough for these buns requires wheat flower, eggs, sugar and malt syrup. Way back in 1965 these buns were baked on iron plates rotated manually over a charcoal fire, but today automatic turntable devices have been developed and now allow mass production. These traditional Japanese sweet are selling by adding a good portion of western taste. In 1984 new products substituting the bean paste with cheese cream or chocolate appeared on the market.




J-rockers pomoting the momiji manjuu.



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MesajSubiect: Re: MomijiManjuu   Dum Mai 23, 2010 11:09 pm

Mmm arata delicios as manca poza da nu merge :(
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MesajSubiect: Re: MomijiManjuu   Dum Mai 23, 2010 11:14 pm

Mmmm ... ce bine arata!!!
Baby-chan, ai dreptate, si eu as face la fel :))
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MesajSubiect: Re: MomijiManjuu   Dum Mai 23, 2010 11:20 pm

Da ... eu incerc sa imi imaginez cat de bun e de l.a determinat pe aoi sa cante pe DLN versuri despre..... sweet-thing`u asta XD

A si mai spusese pe blog acum cativa ani ca , cea mai urata zi din anu ala fusese cand s.a desfiintat patiseria din fata blocului si nu a mai putut sa isi ia momiji manjuu XD
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MesajSubiect: Re: MomijiManjuu   Joi Mai 27, 2010 12:05 am

arata yamy
ce pofta mi se face
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