Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association | JSS
A mellow and healthy parfait.
Nikiri-shu (sake with its alcohol evaporated) is also used in desserts and in this recipe, it adds umami and a smooth flavor to the marshmallow yogurt. Also, soaking the castella in syrup made with Nikiri-shu and sugar makes a parfait particularly enjoyable for adults. The alcohol from the sake is burned off when heated, so children and light drinkers can also enjoy this dessert.
|┏ 50g of marshmallows|
|┣150g of plain yogurt|
|┗ 1 tablespoon of Nikiri-shu|
|・1/8 of a melon|
|・60g of castella|
Place (A) in a container, cover it with plastic wrap (or a lid), and let it rest overnight.
Spread the castella (cut in 3cm-squares) on the plate, then decorate the dish with the marshmallow and yogurt (step 1), melon (cut in bite-size pieces), and blueberries.