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Organisation d’un Atelier sur l’azuki à Paris

Organisation d’un Atelier sur l’azuki à Paris

Enchanté! Je suis Tetsuya MORITA, cultivateur d’azukis dans la région du Tokachi sur l’île de Hokkaido, au Japon. L’azuki est un ingrédient traditionnel japonai...
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...
yokan

Japanese brown roll, which my precious friend recommended,...

I love Anpan(Japanese sweet roll filled with red beans paste). It was about 20 years ago when I ate Anpan for the first time. It was also when I first visited M...
daihuku

What determine the flavor of Anko

What determine the flavor of Anko ― Get to know the flavor besides sweetness and find your favorite Anko   Anko sweets are very simple, composed of only Az...
Sugar for anko(sweet read beans paste)

Sugar for anko(sweet read beans paste)

  Homemade anko(sweet read beans paste) depends on the sugar you use. I would like to  write about different types of sugar and each compatibilities. Tradi...
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