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Green tea MATCHA and White chocolate Cookies
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Featured Recipe, Aug 19 2013
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How to Prepare

  1. Step 1

    Preparetion:
    Preheat the oven to 330F.
    Shift flour, green tea, and Baking soda together.

  2. Step 2

    Microwave butter until it melted. Combine sugar and butter together. Add egg and salt, then mix.

    Microwave butter until it melted. Combine sugar and butter together. Add egg and salt, then mix.

  3. Step 3

    Combine all powder ingredients with a spatula. Add White chocolate.

    Combine all powder ingredients with a spatula. Add White chocolate.

  4. Step 4

    Drop cookie dough rounded tablespoonfuls  onto the parchment paper.
Leave a space between each dough.

    Drop cookie dough rounded tablespoonfuls onto the parchment paper.
    Leave a space between each dough.

  5. Step 5

    Bake 6 to 8 min. Don't over bake!

    Bake 6 to 8 min. Don't over bake!

  6. Step 6

    Nice Green tea aroma!!!! ahh!

    Nice Green tea aroma!!!! ahh!

  7. Step 7

    Yum!

    Yum!

  8. Step 8

    Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.

    Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.

Comments

  • Yongfook

    Yongfook oh my goodness, I don't really bake but I simply have to try making these. I imagine bringing them to a party and every girl there will want to marry you on the spot!

    about 3 years ago
  • Jacob Tan Yin Qi

    Jacob Tan Yin Qi I baked the regular ones and girls were swarming all over to have more. Gotta try this recipe!

    about 3 years ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Thank you for the comment,Yongfook.
    Haha! It's good treats for girls!
    I personally like Matcha green tea very much and I sometimes make Matcha brownies(I call it 'Japanese'), Matcha biscotti and Matcha sundae. It's so good!
    I hope this cookies will bring a great success for you!

    about 3 years ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Thank you for your comment, Jacob Tan Yin Qi.
    Hahaha! You are so right! I do! If I found the cookies, I move so quick to get them 1 for me 1 for my friend and 1 for extra.
    I hope girls will love this Matcha cookies!

    about 3 years ago
  • Ash Ang

    Ash Ang I'm so going to try this :)

    almost 2 years ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Hi Ash Ang-san,
    Yes, please!
    Hope you'll love it!

    almost 2 years ago
  • spydrmunke

    spydrmunke i just made these and they're so amazing that i don't know if i can bring myself to want to share...
    thank you so much for the recipe!

    over 1 year ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Thank you for the sweet comment spydmunke-san!
    I'm glad to know that you like this green tea Cookie so much!!!
    maybe you can bake them again for family and friends☆

    over 1 year ago
  • Amanda Manton

    Amanda Manton I think it would be more impressive if you out-ate Cookie Monster. :3
    Still, gotta try this.

    about 1 year ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Hello Amanda, woo...Cookie Monster is too hairy to eat!
    well, I hope you like this recipe♪

    about 1 year ago
  • Melissa Montoya

    Melissa Montoya Mine turned out light brown instead of green :( Are we supposed to put a lot of brown sugar, and so little green tea powder?? it tasted mostly like brown sugar...

    12 months ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen I'm sorry your cookies turned brown. Green tea MATCHA powder is easy to deteriorate with light, heat (over 100 degree),humidity and time... you can change quantities if you want to.

    12 months ago
  • Shirley Victoria Tay Xueli

    Shirley Victoria Tay Xueli Hello! Would plain flour work the same or only cake flour?

    12 months ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen KONICHIWA! It should be work. I tried both of them, and couldn't find out defferences between plain and cake actually.

    12 months ago
  • Shirley Victoria Tay Xueli

    Shirley Victoria Tay Xueli Alright thank you!! :-)

    12 months ago
  • Winnie Andam Dewi

    Winnie Andam Dewi It said 1 tbsp matcha powder, is that okay if I add more matcha to 2 or 3 tbsp?

    4 months ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Hello! Yes, you can. Please subtract 1 or 2 flour.

    4 months ago
  • Mason McClusky

    Mason McClusky Do you use sweetened Matcha powder or UNsweetened Matcha powder?

    about 1 month ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Konichiwa! Plese use unsweetened matcha powder. I use 'Green tea Matcha powder for baking' which includes chlorella powder.
    It helps to make it looks very green.

    about 1 month ago
  • Mason McClusky

    Mason McClusky Could you use just regular matcha powder or does it have to be "for baking"?

    about 1 month ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Of course regular matha powder is perfect!!! I'm using 'for baking' one because it won't turn out light-brown color. Regular one could be changed color sometimes.(It depends on quality. I think.) but regular one is just great.

    about 1 month ago
  • Mason McClusky

    Mason McClusky Yeah, I just made them with regular Matcha powder. They don't look as good as yours, but they sure do taste great.

    about 1 month ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Hi Mason McClusky-san, Thank you for making it!!! I'm so happy to know you enjoy Matcha Cookies♪

    about 1 month ago
  • Felice

    Felice Ahhh, that's why mine were a not so green! I didn't know there was such a think as "matcha for baking". Still tastes great with regular one though :)

    about 1 month ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Thank you! Yes, You can buy it at confectionery shop like 'cotta', 'cuoca' in Japan.

    about 1 month ago
  • Melissa Angela Chionardes

    Melissa Angela Chionardes Do you use all of the egg or only the yellow one not the white? And is it okay not to use baking soda? Thank you :)

    about 1 month ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Hello Melissa san!
    I do use all of the egg!
    I never tried to make this cookie without baking soda. so I'm not sure how it works ... but, Please tell me if you try that way♪

    30 days ago
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