Hosokawa Hokkaido Dried Azuki Red Beans, 250 g

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A quintessential ingredient for Japanese wagashi sweets.

These small, deep red coloured beans have a distinctive boxy shape and are common to China, Japan and Korea. Boiled azuki beans are mixed with sugar to make a sweet bean paste used in desserts and the sweet soup shiruko. Grown in the Tokachi area of Hokkaido, these azuki red beans are sure to be delicious.

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Plus d'infos

Azuki red beans are a pivotal ingredient in making Japanese sweets. Usually boiled, sweetened with some sugar, and then made into a paste, azuki red beans are used in a variety of dishes that range from dorayaki to yokan, and even sekihan. Try your hand at making authentic Japanese desserts from scratch with azuki red beans.

Guide d'utilisation

•Soak for 1-2 hours.
•Drain water and replace with fresh, cold water for cooking.
•Place on the stove and bring to a boil in a large saucepan with a lid.
•Once boiling, reduce heat to low, while tilting the lid slightly to allow steam to escape.
•Leave to cook for about an hour, or until tender.

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Valeurs nutritionnelles

Per 100g:
• Energy: 1005kJ/237kcal
• Fat: 1.9g
  (of which Saturates: 0.3g)
• Carbohydrate: 37g
  (of which Sugars: 1.1g)
• Protein: 18g
• Salt: 0.02g


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Delicious. Making my own anko for a change.\n
I make sweet Azuki paste for cooking ** sweets. It contains vitamin and lots of nutrition, so I recommend making Azuki paste than sugar.