Friday, September 23, 2016

How To Get To Black Sesame Street...Tasty Related, Not Beauty Related


Today, I share with you my recent foodie obsession (from my local grocer): kuro goma purin (black sesame pudding).

From the soft served black sesame ice cream at Nakamise Shopping Street in Asakusa, to the delectable array of sesame desserts from my favorite Chinese restaurant in Akihabara (I've been going to this restaurant for over eleven years, and I still don't know its name :P), black sesame desserts are AMAZING! If you've never had anything black sesame before, finish reading this post, and go find you some...you'll thank me for it.


I was shopping for some Greek yogurt, when I spotted the kuro goma purin on the second self to my right. I purchased all of these delicious treats they had, and I have seven cups in my fridge to prove it. Thankfully, Aki doesn't care for black sesame. So, I don't have to worry about sharing...because I wouldn't. 


This pudding as a smooth, creamy texture (similar to annindofu, another one of my many loves), and a sweet, delectable nutty, toasted, black sesame flavor.

Have you every tried any black sesame desserts? 

7 comments :

  1. Yummy! I love black sesame flavored desserts and almond tofu! This sounds amazing and so jealous you can pick this up at the store so easily.

    And Liz, the blog looks sleek and amazing!!

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    1. My sissy through and through <3 Finally! After suffering through all your mouthwatering foodie posts (especially that damn fried chicken), the table has turned >:)

      Thank you my dear, I'm loving the new layout :)

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  2. Oh, that sounds amazing! I love black sesame flavored desserts but have never seen pudding before - YUM!!

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    1. Aren't black sesame desserts amazing! I really hope my grocery store doesn't stop carrying this. If so, the manager and I are going to have a talk!

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