Uirō


Uirō
Uirō de sakura (izquierda), matcha (centro) y shiro (derecha).

El uirō (外郎?) es un confite japonés (wagashi) cocido al vapor, popular en las ciudades de Nagoya, Kioto, Odawara, Yamaguchi, Ise, Nakatsu y Kobe y en las prefecturas de Gifu, Tokushima y Miyazaki.

Está hecho de arroz, harina de trigo y azúcar. Se le agregan diversos sabores tales como azuki (pasta endulzada de frijoles), matcha (té verde), yuzu, fresa y castaña. Este dulce es de consistencia correosa, similar al mochi y ligeramente dulce.

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