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Green Tea Layer Cake

Submitted by: TIRAMISUKI 
This is a light and moist cake that is not too sweet and has a refreshing green tea fragrance. The frosting uses cream cheese but has enough sweetness to mask the sour taste. The matcha (green tea) powder gives it a delicate green hue too. This cake can also be baked as a sheet cake in a 9x 13 inch pan or as 2 separate round cakes in two 8 inch round pans. Adjust baking time accordingly. 
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Steamed Green Tea Cake with Black Sesame Seeds

Submitted by: Helen Wong 
Powdered green tea is used in this delicate cake you make in a bamboo steamer. Black sesame seeds can be found in most Asian grocery stores.  
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Green Tea Mousse Cheesecake

Submitted by: Erika 
Home Town: Shanghai, Shanghai (Municipality) , China
Living In: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Matcha green tea powder and honey flavor this easy no-bake cheesecake. 
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Petits Fours

Submitted by: courtney 
This is a sponge cake that it is perfect for making petits fours. Dense yellow cake that can stand up to the process of being cut into small pieces, and iced individually. 
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Green Tea Cupcakes

Submitted by: sarahcp 
The subtle flavor of green tea infuses these easy cupcakes. If you like frosting, make your own and add some green tea powder to it. 
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Japanese Cheesecake

Submitted by: scuba diving cat 
A light and fluffy cheesecake made with whipped eggs and very little cream cheese. 
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Green Tea Mint Cookies

Submitted by: B. Maitreya 
A unique combination of Green tea leaves, lemongrass, honey and mint shaped into cookies produces an originally fresh, yet simple treat with an Asian influence. I suggest the Good Earth Tea brand because it contains lemongrass; I've tried this recipe with plain green tea leaves and it is NOT the same! 
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Butter Mochi Cake

Submitted by: YI-FUN HSUEH 
This is a delectably rich, buttery, and simple-to-make rendition of the traditional Japanese dessert of red-bean mochi. Traditional Japanese mochi is made from sweet rice flour mixed with water, steamed, and formed into small patties filled with sweetened red bean paste and lightly dusted with confectioner's sugar. This butter mochi cake is a westernized version of the traditional mochi, for it incorporates butter, milk, eggs, and vanilla and is baked. 
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Petits Fours Frosting

Submitted by: Carol 
The traditional recipe for petits fours uses genoise for the cake base, but pound cake can also be used. Use this frosting to decorate on the base of your choice. 
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Japanese Fruitcake

Submitted by: Darlene Coleman 
This recipe was given to me by my grandmother, now deceased. It is at least 40 years old. 
 
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