A summery goldfish-shaped Japanese sweet. You can make 2 or 3 pieces of 'kingyokukan' (a type of sweet Japanese jelly) from this recipe. For the basic recipe of 'nerikiri' (a dessert made with sweet bean paste), please check Recipe ID: 1927378.
Goldfish-shaped kingyokukan is famous but not so easy to find in stores, so I decided to make them by myself.
Point to be noted: This recipe uses a lot of granulated sugar but the final product will end up a lot less transparent if you reduce the amount of sugar.
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