recipe Make with azuki bean can.Easy oshiruko recipe & 3 oshiruko recipes made from red beans

recipe Make with azuki bean can.Easy oshiruko recipe & 3 oshiruko recipes made from red beans


Writer : marmi_h

A mother of two children who loves cafes, bread, red bean paste, and has no eyes for delicious food. Having lived in the United States, I also like cooking, making sweets, and decorating parties.

“Easy Shiruko” made from boiled azuki cans (cooking time: 10 minutes)

How to scoop this azuki bean with a spoon

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If you use boiled red bean cans, you can easily make shiruko with a gentle sweetness! It’s made with simple ingredients, so it’s recommended when you want to eat something sweet. Let’s warm up from inside the body with warm shiruko ♪

Recipe points

Add water little by little to adjust the sweetness to your liking. If you prefer modest sweetness, add more water. Also, if you want to make the azuki bean with a nice texture, it is recommended to rub the azuki beans with a colander and crush the azuki beans with a spatula before using.

Ingredients (for 2-3 people)

Table with this material

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・ Yudezuki …… 200g
・ Water …… 150-200cc
・ Salt …… Slightly
・ Cut rice cake …… Appropriate amount

How to make

1. Boil azuki beans and water

Azuki and water are boiled in a small pot

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Put water and azuki bean cans in a pot and let it boil. After boiling, reduce the heat and simmer for 2-3 minutes.

2. Add salt to taste

Adding salt pinched with fingers to the pot

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Try tasting and if you feel sweet, add water. When you get the sweetness you like, add a little salt to taste.

3. Bake the cutted rice cake

Toasted rice cake on aluminum foil

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Place the rice cake on aluminum foil and bake it in a toaster. Bake at a set temperature of 230-250 ° C or around 1200W for about 5 minutes. You can also bake both sides with a gridiron or a frying pan.

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