Karinto is a traditional Japanese snack food which has been served in Japan for over 200 years. Sweet and deep-fried, it is made primarily of flour, yeast, and brown sugar. It has a deep brown and pitted appearance, and takes the form of a 'bite-sized' pillow or a short cylinder shape. Although traditional karinto is coated with brown sugar, recently other variations are available, such as white sugar, sesame seeds, miso, or peanuts.
KARINTO SWEET FRIED BISCUIT BLACK HONEY 蜂蜜かりんとう 黒蜂 110g
Why not add a few of these to a sweet course pudding, or serve them as an accompaniment to ice cream, or even crush them to small pieces, mix with ice-cream and serve between biscuit wafers!
KARINTO SWEET FRIED BUISCUIT WHITE HONEY 蜂蜜かりんとう 白蜂 110g
The traditional brown sugar Karinto has been made and enjoyed in Japan for more than 200 years, but why not try this white sugar coated version as an alternative?