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Choya Umeshu - The Eatable Liqueur

Wednesday, 01 October 2014

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While many might find it hard to relate an alcoholic liqueur to that of desserts, the Choya desserts are quite a favourite among many. Choya can be used as the flavouring agent to prepare mouth-watering desserts and cakes:

 

 

Umeshu Jelly (Juicy and joyous)

As shown above. To start off, the Umeshu must be heated to evaporate the alcohol content. Therein one should add gelatine powder and warm fruit juice making it a succulent mixture. Cooled till hardened, the Umeshu Jelly can be served with flavoured fruit toppings.

 

 

Umeshu Compote (Sweet and sour delight, mellowed with Umeshu)

Take a pick from flavoured fruits like peaches and raspberries. Put them into Umeshu liqueur and simmer for a while. The preparation will be ready to be served once cooled down.

 

 

Ume Yogurt (A mellow refreshment)

Carefully separate the Ume from Umeshu and chop them in delicate pieces. Put the chopped pieces into yogurt and keep it in the refrigerator. Serve once it is freezed and cool. 

 

 

Umeshu Donut (Fluffy delight)

Start off by creating the dough in simple round shape with a pit. Next, remove the Ume out of Umeshu carefully and sprinkle sugar over the Ume. Put the mixture in small amounts in the dough. Deep fry the dough till it attains the rich brown texture. Serve by sprinkling cinnamon sugar. 

 

 

Umeshu Cake (Rich and flavoured Umeshu delight)

The first step includes removing the Ume from Umeshu with due care and chop them in gentle pieces. Create the dough next and mix the chopped Ume with the dough. Bake till it attains the desired texture and hardness. To flavour the preparation, add Umeshu to the dough mix or spread Umeshu on grilled pancakes. 

 

 

Enjoy Choya desserts when you want to relax!  

 

 

Choya is distributed by Whistler Wine & Spirits Pte Ltd. Website: www.whistler.com.sg. Tel: +65 67487820.

 

 

Source: Choya

 

Photos: ChoyaPosted by Admin in F&B on 01 Oct 2014

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