Kuri tarte is one of famous souvenirs which symbolises my husband’s hometown, Ehime prefecture.
Kuri tarte is the one I’m holding. Kuri means chestnut. I have no idea why they call it tarte though,,,
And I tried making Kuri-tarte when I went to Ehime on the new year holiday.
1st, spread paste of anko (sweet beans) with chestnuts on sponge. It should be done very quickly otherwise the paste gets harder😲
2nd, roll then💪 She helped me so it was easy but I guess I didn’t roll tightly enough,,, I found a whole when I cut them😭💦
It was easy to do but it’s gonna be very difficult to make one like they sell😂
Finally, pack them and write name on the package:)
Ta-da!! I made it!!
They have the hat (? no idea how to say in English) and happi for taking photos😂 Why not to do with my Kuri-tarte😁✨
Ehime is popular for Shimanami Kaido.
I’ve been there by bike with my husband! It was so beautiful:)
If you’re going to Ehime, don’t miss it!!
Hatada’s official web site (Japanese only): http://www.hatada.co.jp
If you’re interested in Japanese calligraphy (Shodo), cooking or Tsumami-zaiku, then please contact me!!
You’ll learn the Traditional Japanese Calligraphy;) I have a license to teach Calligraphy and over 20 years of experiences.
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