red beans

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Sweets

    Dorayaki

    Do you know Doraemon, the Gadget Cat Robot from the Future? Doraemon is a character from Japanese classic comic series. He loves Dorayaki. Dorayaki is a simple sweet. Two small pancake-like sponge wrapped a filling of sweet Azuki red bean paste. It is easy to make at home. Makes 6 to 8 Ingredients Self-Raising Flour …

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Sweets

    Anman

    This recipe doesn’t use yeast. My mother used to make these ‘Anman’ steamed buns for breakfast really quickly. Sometimes she made the buns with the dough mixed with raisins with no filling. Makes 6 Buns Ingredients Tsubu-an OR Koshi-an 6 tablespoonfuls or as required Self-Raising Flour 1 & 1/2 to 1 & 3/4 cups Sugar …

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha Sweets

    Matcha & Azuki Cake

    Matcha has become very trendy in Australia. For cakes, cookies, teas, latte drinks and ice creams, I can see Matcha foods everywhere. Only recently I started enjoying Matcha flavour after disliking it for many years. To make this cake, I simply added Matcha powder to my sponge cake recipe and it worked. You can use …

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Cold Sweets

    Azuki Ice-cream

    Absolutely super easy yet so delicous recipe. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients Tsubu-an 200g Cream 200ml Method 1. Whisk cream in a mixing bowl until soft peaks form. 2. Add Tsubu-an and mix well. 3. Freeze for 4 to 5 hours or until almost firm.

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Sweets

    Koshi-an

    You can make light & smooth Koshi-an very easily by using Powdered Azuki Beans. But Powdered Azuki Beans is very hard to find in Australia. Making it from dry Azuki Beans from scratch is very demanding hard work. So here is the very easy method to make Koshi-an using food processor. Makes About 700g Ingredients …

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Sweets

    Tsubu-an

    ’Tsubu-an’ is the most popular ‘An’ (bean Paste) and the canned ready-made Tsubu-an that contains a lot of sugar and additives is available from most Japanese or Asian grocery stores. But it is so easy to make! If you have never made it by yourself, try it just once. You will never wish to buy …