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Mushipan is a type of Japanese steamed cake, made with a few simple ingredients that we can find in our pantry.
If you are always too busy to prepare breakfast, this is quite a good choice. Compared to muffins, this requires lesser and simpler ingredients as well! So it’s also great for beginners!
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I like to serve this for breakfast or snack for the little one, as this can be whipped up easily and appeals to the palate of the toddler! This recipe yields fluffy and soft steamed cupcakes, that even my husband likes them too!
If you have read some of my previous recipe sharing, you would have known that I really like steamed cupcakes, eg. this basic mushipan (which is a little dense), honey red bean steamed cupcakes (which is very similar to this mushipan recipe) and Nutella blossoms.
So far, I think my favourites remain as the honey cupcakes and this mushipan recipe. You can also make plain ones with chocolate chips if you don’t want marbled ones. It’s very versatile!
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