5 months, 1 week ago
Doesn't sound bad. Bean is surprisingly good.
1 year ago
the nice combo of the dough and the Jam just fits the taste of youth! not that sweet and really yummy! :)
1 year, 1 month ago
What? Bean jam doughnut makes the top ten weird donuts?blogs.miaminewtimes.com/shortorder/2010/02/top_10_weirdes...But it is normal in Japan!Please don’t judge a book by its cover. :'(It's yummy!
Kookyukie commented 1 year, 1 month ago
I'll bet these are pretty yummy, and probably not as sweet as most. When you cut back on sugar, too sweet can be really awful.
Masae commented 1 year, 1 month ago
@Kookyukie Actually Bean jam is high in sugar; sure, it isn’t a “light“ variation of a sweet. But, it is fat free and rich in fiber! You can reduce the amount of sugar, but the sugar acts as “a preservative”.Here is a recipe. :)justonecookbook.com/blog/how-to/how-to-make-anko-red-bean...
Awesome @Masae, I'll have to see if I can sub some local red beans. Gives the term of endearment 'Suga-Bean' a whole different context! Wonder if you can get away with leaving in the skins for added fiber? Always thinking….
@Kookyukie About the skin: Depending on individual taste, you can choose the chunky one and the smooth one.The koshian is usually made by removing the skin of the beans and has a has a smoother, more paste-like texture.The tsubuan, chunkier anko that still has whole beans in it. Additional detailed Azuki beans is here. ;)www.wagashi-net.de/de/bohnen-fuer-wagashi
Fabulous, arigatou gozaimasu!
@Kookyukie Oh, it's a pleasure.My English wasn't very good and I wish I could explain this in English better...
Your English is fantastic!
@KookyukieYou are sweet.Arigatou! ＼(^O^)／ ←Japanese smiley(This stands for blog-imgs-26.fc2.com/z/o/w/zowawa/IMG_2530.jpg )
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