matcha roll

Matcha Roll (gluten free) 抹茶ロール

macha roll

What is matcha?

Matcha is originally used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, but now it is also used in Matcha latte, shakes, cakes and bread. It became a very popular drink all over the world.

Is matcha healthy?

Tea has various effects such as removal of drowsiness and diuretic action. Matcha tea, in particular, is made from powdered tea leaves, so the nutrients contained in the leaves can be ingested as they are.

What’s the nutritions matcha has?

The main ingredients contained in Matcha are as follows.
Caffeine
Tannin
Vitamin
Mineral
Amino acid (theanine), protein
Cellulose
Saponin
Catechin / polyphenols
Iron

Matcha became popular around the world after the matcha latte got popular. It is used not only for drinks but also for various purposes, especially for sweets where you can enjoy the aroma and colour of matcha.

Gluten-free sweets!

This is a great recipe for Gluten-free sweets!  

We use rice flour instead of flour.

matcha roll

Step1. Mix your eggs & sugar

sugar

Set up oven 350F

Add the vanilla extract.

matcha cake

Tip! Mixer’s speed

The mixer is initially fast, and to make the dough finer, slow down.

Hight speed fist 5~8 minutes

Low speed last 30 seconds

Beat eggs until stiff-peak stage.

Step2. Adding matcha and rice flour

Add the matcha powder and the rice flour slowly while stirring.

Step3. Pour the dough into the pan.

Step4. Put the pan into the oven 350F-10~15min.

But for my oven 12 minutes will be the perfect bake time.

After baking, remove the parchment sheet from the sponge cake while hot and let it cool.

Step5. Filling (Matcha cream with Red beans paste)

Put the whipping cream, maple syrup or sugar and matcha powder in a bowl and mix well with the mixer.

Step6. Roll with a sponge cake

When the sponge cake has cooled down, put whipping cream on the sponge cake and spread all over the sponge cake.

Spread whipping cream

Put on Anko (red beans paste)

Anko (red beans paste) is a great combination with Matcha! Both are Japanese flavours!!

but if you don’t have or you don’t like it, it will be okay without Anko (red beans paste)

Gently grip both ends of the sponge cake and begin rolling slowly.

When rolled, wind the parchment sheet as it is and squeeze both ends.

and leave for a while in the fridge.

Enjoy Japanese style sweets!

matcha-roll
matcha roll

Matcha roll

noriemaki
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Course sweets
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 1 roll

Ingredients
  

Matcha sponge cake

  • 4 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 1/2 cup Rice flour
  • 1 tbsp Matcha powder
  • 1 tbs Vanilla extract

Filling

  • 1 cup Whipping cream
  • 1/4 cup Maple syrup or Sugar
Keyword matcha, sweets

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