Japanese master making realistic candy canes — this recipe 1200 yearsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/japanese-master-making-realistic-candy-canes-this-recipe-1200-years
Amazake — the art of making candy in the form of animals, which is traditional in Japan since the thirteenth century. 26-year-old Japanese Sinri Tezuka directed all efforts for the revival of the former glory of this technique.
Today we are sharing the stunning work of the master, which has kept the recipe of these beautiful sweets.
The process of cooking is very labor intensive: the master makes them by hand from very hot materials.
Candy is prepared from sugar syrup, starch and organic dye.
The resulting candies are only $ 8 apiece. They are really nice to give.