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Kabocha Korokke? Hai!

Posted By I Love Pumpkins on December 7, 2008

Oishisou.
Oishisou.

Kabocha Korokke is Japanese pumpkin croquette. Master P and I say, HAI!

Itadakimasu.

Itadakimasu.

It’s like a Japanese mashed-potato pancake, but with kabocha instead of spuds. Amazingly, the delicious fried flavor isn’t oily at all. We figured this is probably because of it’s coated with panko, a unique version of Japanese bread crumbs in the form of crispy, flavorful flakes.

In our collaborative tasting, we microwaved it, and it still retained its crispness! According to Master P, Kabocha Korokke tasted even better when he baked the other two. We purchased ours in Japantown in San Francisco at Nijiya Market, whose website also features a unique recipe for kabocha ice cream dessert.

“Merii Kurisumasu!”

"Merii Kurisumasu."

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