FFXIV director hits Twitch to share his espresso cookie recipe and drink wine
Simply once I thought Last Fantasy XIV‘s director and producer Naoki Yoshida couldn’t get any cooler, he goes and pours himself a glass of wine and begins internet hosting a cooking present on Twitch. Sure, Yoshi-P went full suburban mother this week, and he’s clearly residing his greatest life. If you would like in on this unimaginable way of life, he’s even shared his espresso cookie recipe with the world.
These are based mostly on FFXIV’s espresso biscuits, however the stream title has a cookie pun (and perhaps a reference to the oft-forgotten NES puzzler Yoshi’s Cookie?) so I’m going with the Americanism right here. The stream itself is totally in Japanese, however the FFXIV Discord has gone and translated the entire thing, so you may make your personal model of Yoshida’s cookies.
Whereas I perceive about as a lot Japanese as any informal anime viewer, the stream continues to be pleasant, particularly with its occasional breaks into an in-game kitchen to essentially promote the entire cooking present vibe.
Take a look at the recipe for your self beneath, courtesy of each Yoshi-P and Miuna on the FFXIV Discord. (I did the NA measurement conversions, so sure, there was some work for me concerned.)
FFXIV espresso cookie recipe substances:
- 300g (one and three quarters cups, and two tbsp) of cake flour or all-purpose flour
- 130g (half cup and two tbsp) granulated sugar
- 100g (quarter cup and three tbsp) unsalted butter
- 2 egg yolks
- 3 tbsp milk
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- 2g (one tsp) on the spot espresso powder
- Chocolate chips or anything you want as toppings
FFXIV espresso cookie recipe instructions:
- 1. Preheat your oven to 180C (355F), take eggs and butter out of the fridge and allow them to get again to room temperature
- 2. Whisk butter till it turns white-ish and somewhat foamy, add the sugar, yolks and the milk little by little whereas whisking
- 3. Sift the flour, espresso powder and baking powder earlier than including it to the combination and gently mixing it with a spatula
- 4. Place parchment paper in your baking tray. Take round 30g of dough for every cookie, roll it to kind little balls earlier than evenly flattening them out to round 1cm in thickness.
- 5. Add your chocolate chips (or different toppings of selection)
- 6. Put in preheated oven, bake for 13 minutes at 180C (355F)