Neri-kiri of Cinnamon |肉桂菓子

Here’s a personal recipe from Shiroi, a registered dietitian and TCM herbalist from Japan. You can read our interview with her here

Nerikiri is a type of wagashi which is a Japanese sweet often had alongside a warm cup of green tea. They are delicately shaped by hand to reflect the season they are being served in - the most popular shape is a cherry blossom which is served only throughout the months of spring, and this particular wagashi is traditionally made with sweetened white bean paste and glutinous rice flour.


Written by Shiroi Meg

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