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Cooking with Sake: Sake Savarin

Easy to make at home!
You might think that liquor-flavored savarin is a cake that you can only buy at a cake shop? In fact, you can easily make it at home using sake and French bread.
Sake has a milder aroma and taste than rum, which is usually used for savarin.
Even those who don’t like the aroma of Western liquors can enjoy the mildness of sake with seasonal fruits.

Ingredients (2 Servings)

2 thick slices of French bread
4 tablespoons of sugar
200ml of water
1 tablespoon of sake
100g of mascarpone cheese
1 tablespoon of sugar
1/6 of an orange
Mint leaves, as needed

How to Make: (Steps)

Step 1:
Cut the French bread into about 5 cm thick slices.

Step 2:
Put sugar, water and sake in a pot and bring to a boil. Turn off the heat when the sugar dissolves.

Step 3:
Place (Step 1) on a tray and pour the hot (Step 2) over to soak. Once it has cooled down, then refrigerate.

Step 4:
Add sugar to the mascarpone cheese and peel and slice the orange.

Step 5:
Arrange (Step 3) in a serving bowl and garnish with the mascarpone cheese and orange from (Step 4), and mint leaves.

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