Neon Genesis Evangelion It has impressed numerous animation lovers, who often pay homage to working with various creations. One of the latter is a culinary product. Let's see it together.

Produced by Hideaki Anno in 1995, the series revolutionized the world of anime. Its charm is still felt today thanks to the project Rebuilding the Evangelion his latest film, which realizes the tetralogy, has been released in Japanese cinemas in the last few weeks. The sales of Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 exceeded those of the previous film by 150%, confirming the great interest it is still generating in the public these days.

Like every successful product in this work too Enthusiasts dedicate numerous works An example like fan art or cosplay is a great rendition of Asuka from Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 that we talked about before. However, the latest homage to the series is prepared by a chef, special it is Melon pan, a typical Japanese dessert that we can see with its most common aspect in the first tweet reported at the bottom of the news.

The user Negotoo He turned the food into an angel Sachiel, one of the anime's antagonists. Thanks to a mixture made with cocoa powder in the preparatory phase, it appears unusually dark. The cook was then able to recreate the angel's masks by adding cocoa-free batter. However, the particular element that inspired this fantastic creation is that Maraschino cherry positioned to remember the core of the enemy.

What do you think of this dessert? Would you like to try the chef's product? Please let us know by leaving us a comment.


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