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Recipe : 3 Eggless Japanese Desserts

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In this recipe video, I will show you how to make 3 “No Egg” Japanese sweets; Soy Milk Pudding, Wheat Gluten (Fu) Rusk and Tofu & Kinako Cookies. Those sweets are also “No Milk” and “No Gelatin”, so I think those are great snacks for kids as well!

Ingredients (3 kinds) :

Soy Milk Pudding:
1 Cup (200ml) Soy Milk
1.5 Tbsp Potato Starch
1 Tbsp Sugar

Matcha powder
Anko *sweet red bean paste
Kuromitsu *molasses

Wheat Gluten (Fu) Rusk:
20g Butter *unsalted
20g Wheat gluten (Fu)
1.5 Tbsp Sugar

Tofu & Kinako Cookie:
160g Plain flour *all purpose
2 Tbsp Kinako
3 Tbsp Sugar
80g Tofu
50g Butter


Soy Milk Pudding:
1. Prepare a pan, add all ingredients and mix well.
2. Place the pot on medium heat and stir slowly for 2-3 minutes.

3. When the liquid gets starchy and more bubbles appears, turn off the heat.

4. Transfer to a container and let cool.
5. After sprinkling matcha powder, top with anko and pour kuromitsu as a final touch.

Wheat Gluten (Fu) Rusk:
1. Place a frying pan over medium heat and melt the butter and sugar.
2. When melted, turn the heat down to low and add the wheat gluten (Fu).
3. Turn over and caramelize. Then, transfer to a baking sheet to cool.

Tofu & Kinako Cookie:
1. Prepare a bowl, add the flour and mix well.
2. Add the tofu and gently loosen it, then add the butter that has been brought to room temperature and knead together with your hands.
3. After gathering them together, transfer them to a work surface, roll them out well with a rolling pin, and unmold them.
4. Bake in the oven at 200°C for 20 minutes.
5. Remove from the oven, let cool, and decorate with a chocolate pen.

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YUCa’s Tips :

1. Don’t stop stirring the mixture until it gets a bit transparent color.
2. Add the sugar early in the process to avoid burning the butter.
3. When making cookies, mix the flours together in advance.

Note :

This recipe was first submitted in September 11th, 2021 and resubmitted in February 23rd, 2023 to reflect recipe revisions and additional photos.

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