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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...
How should azuki(red beans) be stored?

How should azuki(red beans) be stored?

Azuki is  susceptible to humidity and can stand aridity  susceptible to the heat and can stand cold  susceptible to insects and mice  In this regard, azuki(red ...
Azuki calms you down

Azuki calms you down

The book in Edo period; Honchou-Shokkan says that Azuki has fallowing effects. ・Calms you down ・Increase urination ・Reduce pain and inflammation ・Detox ・Increas...
Boil azuki(red beans) with pressure cooker

Boil azuki(red beans) with pressure cooker

Azuki is small bean and therefore it’s easy for the heat to go through it. However, with pressure cooker, which put high pressure on beans could possibly rip be...
Kintsuba

Kintsuba

This is one of the wagashi(Japanese traditional sweet) They are made from anko(red beans taste) which was dipped into the very light batter and cooked. It has t...
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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