Off topic: Japanese Yam Cake (Ita Konnyaku)
Thread poster: KorTranz
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English to Korean
I found Japanese yam cake very interesting. I heard this is really good for loosing weight!! I tried to make it at home, but I must be missing something. Does anyone know how to make "Ita Konnyaku"? I would really really appreciate it if you could enlighten me with some cooking instructions. THANKS!!
[Edited at 2008-03-16 14:31]
I love to cook Japanese and Korean food, but I am a complete amateur, so maybe a food Web site like Chowhound or eGullet would be a better source of information.
Here is some information I found (I read this blog regularly):
I don't know if you want to make the cake itself, or use the cake in a recipe.
Where are you in the US? Recently I found konnyaku noodles (tofu shirataki) at Wild Oats/Whole Foods. Do you live near a Super-H, my new favorite grocery store? If they don't have it, no one will!
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