After the madness of the spring roll , its new sweet wave is full! Normal. Like her savory big brother, this little sister with fruits has all the kifs. First, because it's fun to do. Then because it's too good. Finally, because this little dessert appears as a diet ally .
Heat the milk in a saucepan with the tea . Blanch the sugar with the egg yolks in a bowl then add the flour and mix well.
Dilute the sugar, egg yolks and flour mixture with some of the matcha milk then add it to the saucepan. Cook the pastry cream over medium heat, stirring constantly until it thickens. Remove from fire.
Relax the gelatin sheet in cold water then add it to the pastry cream and stir until completely dissolved. Spread the cream on a baking sheet and let cool. Cut the cookies in half lengthwise, soak them in the syrup and then drain them.
Hull the strawberries and cut them into thin slices.
Strip the pansy flowers while preserving the petals.
Soak the rice leaves briefly in lukewarm water, place 1 softened rice leaf on a clean damp cloth.
Place the petals on the entire sheet, leaving an edge of 2cm all around.
Spread a row of strawberries in fish scales, place a line of pastry cream using a pastry bag . Join two half-cookies all along the cream.
Finish by placing a second row of strawberries on top of the cookie. Roll the sheet over all the ingredients, tightening gently between each round.
Repeat the operation then cut 5 sections per roll, trimming on both sides with a sharp knife.