I'm Julia Allen, a designer in Napa,
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Susumu Tsuchihashi at Fulfilled
in Beverly Hills has a new way of serving imagawa-yaki. These
waffle-like pastries are traditionally filled with sweet azuki bean and
are Japan’s version of comfort food. Susumu has given this treat a
fusion style and created a beautiful place to serve it in.
I wish so badly I could be here right now eating a few of these delish pastries.
i am forever grateful too, as i need to bring something
yummy, yet not sugary but petite for
my son's third birthday later this week at preschool
this will light up all those little faces for sure
as well an appreciative nod from his teachers
(and as a multi-tasking mom, this recipe works
perfectly into my schedule)
10 minutes to prepare 20 minutes desperately waiting 1 minute to eat them!
One minute brioches
Makes 16: 300 g cake flour 100 g soft butter 150 g sugar 100 ml milk 2 egg yolks 1 egg Dried cranberries
Pre-heat the oven to 180ºC. Grease and flour 16 small brioche moulds. Combine all the ingredients together. Pour the mixture into the moulds and brush with egg or milk. Bake for 20 minutes. Serve while warm.