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Morita Beans: #3 Azuki Beans (300g)

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Azuki beans grown by Morita Beans in the vast and beautiful land of Tokachi district, Hokkaido prefecture. The Azuki bean is a type of reddish-brown colored bean that is mostly grown in East Asia. While widely consumed in East Asia; more recently, these beans are becoming more available in bio stores in the US and Europe. In Japan, it is very common to use these beans to make bean paste for traditional Japanese sweets. If you do not have a sweet tooth, these beans are also nice in salads, or mixed in with rice. In fact, in Japan, we use azuki beans to make red bean rice (osekihan;お赤飯)

If you are interested in learning how to make red bean paste (an), please refer to the video below. The 2nd shows a 2-minute clip of the life cycle of an azuki bean

Product Info

  • Name: Morita Beans: #3 Azuki Beans
  • Japanese Name
  • Ingredients: Azuki beans 
  • Region: Tokachi district, Hokkaido prefecture 

Vendor Info

  • Name: Morita Beans 
  • Location: 4-3-15 Mikage Higashi, Shimizu-cho, Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido 089-0374
  • Established: Originally based in Gifu prefecture, Morita Beans have been farming for about 100 years

Recipes

Anko, Japanese Sweet Red Bean Paste, Recipe
How to Enjoy Anko, Japanese Sweet Bean Paste

 

For further inspiration on utilising Azuki beans for dessert, please read Sachiko-san's wonderful blogpost on tea time with Anko (red bean paste)

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Morita Beans: #3 Azuki Beans (300g)

$10.19 AUD

Azuki beans grown by Morita Beans in the vast and beautiful land of Tokachi district, Hokkaido prefecture. The Azuki bean is a type of reddish-brown colored bean that is mostly grown in East Asia. While widely consumed in East Asia; more recently, these beans are becoming more available in bio stores in the US and Europe. In Japan, it is very common to use these beans to make bean paste for traditional Japanese sweets. If you do not have a sweet tooth, these beans are also nice in salads, or mixed in with rice. In fact, in Japan, we use azuki beans to make red bean rice (osekihan;お赤飯)

If you are interested in learning how to make red bean paste (an), please refer to the video below. The 2nd shows a 2-minute clip of the life cycle of an azuki bean

Product Info

Vendor Info

Recipes

Anko, Japanese Sweet Red Bean Paste, Recipe
How to Enjoy Anko, Japanese Sweet Bean Paste

 

For further inspiration on utilising Azuki beans for dessert, please read Sachiko-san's wonderful blogpost on tea time with Anko (red bean paste)

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