Mini Matcha (Green Tea) Golden Toast

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Golden toast is a giant piece of fluffy toast covered in butter and honey. Also called Honey Toast or Brick Toast, here is one I had recently at Cha-An.

I’ve been wanting to recreate a version of golden toast, which basically means to make it miniature and with matcha, and here it is, completely delicious and completely adorable.

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Here’s what you need:

1 two-inch slice Danish Bread (Super soft bread usually sold in Asian bakeries. Get the loaf unsliced so you can cut it yourself. I got my loaf from Panya Bakery.)
4 tablespoons of melted butter
1 tablespoon honey
1/2 teaspoon matcha + more for dusting (Use culinary or cooking grade matcha.)
2 small scoops of matcha ice cream

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Cut the crust off the 2 inch slice bread and then cut into four cubes. Next, cut the top of each cube vertically and horizontally halfway down.

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In a bowl, combine melted butter, honey, and sifted matcha. (Sifting will prevent clumps from forming.) Brush all sides (but not the bottom) and inside cuts with the matcha mixture.

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Toast the bread until golden brown. Top with a small scoop (or a quenelle) of matcha ice cream and dust with matcha. Done!

MINI MATCHA (GREEN TEA) GOLDEN TOAST

INGREDIENTS
1 two-inch slice Danish Bread (Super soft bread usually sold in Asian bakeries. Get the loaf unsliced so you can cut it yourself. I got my loaf from Panya Bakery.)
4 tablespoons of melted butter
1 tablespoon honey
1/2 teaspoon matcha + more for dusting (Use culinary or cooking grade matcha.)
2 small scoops of matcha ice cream

DIRECTIONS
Cut the crust off the 2 inch slice bread and then cut into four cubes. Next, cut the top of each cube vertically and horizontally halfway down.

In a bowl, combine melted butter, honey, and sifted matcha. (Sifting will prevent clumps from forming.) Brush all sides (but the bottom) and inside cuts with the matcha mixture.

Toast the bread until golden brown. Top with a small scoop (or a quenelle) of matcha ice cream and dust with matcha. Done!

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4 Comments

  • Did you read the post about Jacques Torres’ quenelle technique? He tops his double boiled hot chocolate with a hand whipped cream quenelle. These toasts look decadently delicious.

    • Hi Georgia, mmmm, the hot chocolate and whipped cream quenelle sounds fantastic! The best part about the toasts are how easy they are to make!

  • 3 years ago

    omg i love matcha and this looks simply decadent and scrumptious. totally stealing this idea for future breakfasts. 🙂

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