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Easy! how to cook boild azuki.

Easy! how to cook boild azuki.

How to cook boiled azuki beans? We take a cooking movie. Please check it! http://cookpad.com/recipe/4967892  
Boil Azuki with Nabe-boushi —skip the Shibunuki,sugar free—

Boil Azuki with Nabe-boushi —skip the Shibunuki,suga...

Nabe-boushi is literally the hat (boushi) of nabe(pot). This is one of the utensil s Japanese cook use. You put them over the heated pot so that the pot cooks t...
cook simple and road to beauty

Simple boiled azuki(red beans) —Shibunuki free, suga...

In the bustle life, I assume there are many people out there who have not boiled azuki(red beans) on their own and cook anko(red beans paste) even though they l...
Red beans Falafel

Red beans Falafel

In this article, I will introduce the recipe of traditional Middle Eastern food, Falafel, used red beans as an alternative to fave beans. Basically this traditi...
Basic boiled azuki(red beans) —Don’t skip the Shibunuki, sugar free—

Basic boiled azuki(red beans) —Don’t skip the ...

Dried azuki(red beans) have thin skin, so you don’t have to soak those beans overnight. Only you have to do is put those beans in the pot and spend time boiling...
The history of Wagashi

The history of Wagashi

There are various kind of Wagashi. You can enjoy luxurious ones with green tea or you can enjoy more casual ones on daily basis, such as Dorayaki or Daihuku, Ea...
Traditional wagashi Botamochi / Ohagi

Traditional wagashi Botamochi / Ohagi

Botamochi and Ohagi are Japanese sweet made with rice and azuki (red beans paste). Japanese people enjoy this sweet in Higan(Buddhist holiday during the Spring ...
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