6 Mixed Sweet Potato Flavored Okashigoten Sweets Set
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A mix of tarts, chocolate almonds, manju, galettes, and chinsuko, all made with Okinawan purple sweet potato. This set includes:
- Purple Sweet Potato Tart (10 Pieces): Tarts are made from the uniquely perfect pairing of a mix of 100% Okinawan purple sweet potato and baked tart dough. Free of preservatives and food coloring to ensure you get the purest taste.
- Double Potato Tart (10 Pieces): Tarts made from 100% Okinawan purple sweet potato and the vivid orange specialty of Yomitan village known as akane potatoes. These tarts serve up the perfect blend of the two potato flavors.
Choc Almond Sweet Potato Sandwich Cookie (12 Pieces): Choc almond sandwiches made from Okinawan sweet potato, wrapped in thinly baked galette dough packed to the brim with almonds. It’s not just for looks, either – The bright purple of the sandwich houses the taste and sweetness of the purple yam with every bite. Combine this with the crispy, light texture of the galette dough and you’ve got a perfect Okinawan match.
Purple Sweet Potato Milk Manju (10 Pieces): Soft dough packed with sweet potato and red bean paste, grilled to perfection to create a rich milky flavor.
Purple Sweet Potato Galette (6 Pieces): A rich sweet potato and chestnut filling wrapped in moist galette dough. The perfect balance of the yams and chestnuts has the galette melting in your mouth with every bite. The galette also has hints of rum, which pairs well with both the sweet potatoes and chestnuts to round out the taste with this hidden, secret flavor.
Purple Sweet Potato Chinsuko (14 Pieces): Chinsuko is a traditional sweet dating back to the Ryukyu Kingdom with a long-standing taste, refind to be as crispy as a cookie.
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