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The Bicil The Baker Sakura Biscuit Infuses Japan’s Unofficial F

 - Oct 17, 2012
References: bicilthebaker.wordpress
The cherry blossom, Japan’s unofficial national flower, makes an appetizing appearance in this Bicil The Baker Sakura Biscuit. While it remains unofficial in its attachment to Japanese nationality, this breathtaking flower holds a prominent position and remains highly celebrated in Japanese culture.

This recipe's main ingredient is not an inexpensive purchase, so why not use it to make the Bicil The Baker Sakura Biscuit? Resulting in picturesque cookies that have a scrumptious taste to match, bakers will be most pleased with what they have created. As the recipe cautions, it is important for bakers to soak the preserved sakura in a bowl overnight. This is done to reduce the sakura’s common characteristic of saltiness.

To create these, bakers will need to combine conventional cookie ingredients—butter, sugar, salt and eggs—and just before baking place a decorative cherry blossom on each cookie. Satisfy an urge for sweets and embrace an element of Japanese culture with this sakura-infused recipe.