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Ishikawa's Two-Minute Japanese Donut Treat Can Be Prepared in the Toaster

 - Feb 28, 2017
References: takaski
The ISHIKAWA 'Okara Donut to Grill in Toaster' is a unique Japanese donut snack that can be prepared in the toaster at home in just a matter of minutes.

The donut is made from Okara, also known as soy pulp, which is made from the insoluble parts of the soybean after it is filtered during the production of soy milk. As soy and tofu are both incredibly versatile, there are also a number of ways that this Japanese donut snack can be enjoyed. For instance, ISHIKAWA recommends serving it with a topping of custard cream and brown sugar, or banana, marshmallows and almond, or making 'Okara Donut French Toast.'

For effortless gifting, online retailer Takaski offers a place where consumers can purchase the donut snack online and opt to have it wrapped in traditional Japanese furoshiki cloth.