Japanese master makes realistic lollipops — this recipe is 1200 years oldBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/japanese-master-makes-realistic-lollipops-this-recipe-is-1200-years-old
Amezaiku is the art of creating lollipops in the form of animals, which has been traditional in Japan since the XIII century. Japanese Shinri Tezuka directed all his efforts to revive the former glory of this technique.
Today we share the amazing works of the master who saved the recipe for such beautiful sweets.
The process of making sweets is very laborious: the master makes them manually from very hot raw materials.
Lollipops are made from sugar syrup, starch and organic dye.
The resulting candies cost only $ 8 apiece. It's really nice to give them.