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| Food | Annindoufu



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I am not usually a pudding person (I regularly swap the sweet stuff for a bit of cheese and port) yet here I am dabbling in and enjoying some Japanese dessert mixes once again. My recent experiment involved annindoufu which to me is like a soft almond flavoured milk jelly (no tofu involved). 

I bought this particular mix from Rice Wine in Soho and it was sufficiently tasty enough for me to attempt making my own from scratch next time. This recipe looks good: Link Here

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10 comments:

  1. It looks delicioussssssssssssssssssssss
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  2. Almond flavors are my favorite. I looked through the recipe, doesn't seem overly complicated to replicate other than obtaining Chinese apricot kernel flour!
    Carolyn | BLOG

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  3. Whereas I, on the other hand, am very much a sweet person, and currently sitting at my computer, ready for my afternoon workout but wondering if I could swap that out for some time spent with a large slice of cake :)
    xox,
    Cee

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  4. that looks too beautiful to eat!

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  5. That looks so yummy! I have a simple recipe for the almond tofu. It's actually part of a dessert that I haven't eaten in a long time called Almond Float. Please let me know if you'd like the recipe.

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  6. This looks wonderful, so so nice :))) xx

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  7. yum! definitely interested in how it tastes!

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  8. I've never tried anything like this, very curious to know how it feels and tastes.

    Buckets & Spades

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  9. ooooooh this sounds so lovely :) It also looks beautiful!
    xo

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  10. One of the things I miss the most from Japan! There was a great Chinese restaurant in my town in Japan that did such yummy annindoufu.

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