Adzuki Beans

NUTRITIONAL INFO

Serving Size 50 g

  Average Quantity
Per Serving
Average Quantity
Per 100 g
 
Energy671 kJ1342 kJ
Protein10.7 g 21.4 g
Fat, total0.9 g1.8 g
- saturated 0.3 g0.5 g
Carbohydrates23.2 g46.4 g
- sugars0.5 g0.9 g
 
Sodium<1 mg<1 mg
 
Dietary Fibre7.7 g15.3 g

INGREDIENTS

Adzuki Beans. Preservative Free.

ALLERGENS

No known allergens. This product may also contain traces of Soy or other allergens due to possible cross-contamination.

PRODUCT ORIGIN

Product of Canada


SKU #:

50300

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Adzuki Beans

$0.90/100g

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These small reddish-brown dried Adzuki Beans are non-GMO and have no added preservatives. Adzuki beans have a sweet nutty flavour and a natural savoury aroma. Adzuki Beans originate in Asia, where they are found in sweet and savoury recipes. In Japanese cooking, adzuki beans are used to make Red Bean paste and used in traditional celebration dishes for New Years. Delicious in a variety of sweet or savoury dishes.


Directions:

Pre-soak in cold water (2-4 hours). Drain and place in a pot of cold water. Bring to the boil, reduce to medium heat and simmer until tender (30-40 minutes). Don’t add salt while cooking, this can make outer skins tough. Yummy in salads; soups and hotpots; fork-mashed in veggie burgers or dips. Used in Japan to make a sweet red bean paste, Anko; or combined with mochi rice in a porridge called Zensai.

How to Use:

To cook Adzuki beans, pre-soak in cold water for 1-2 hours. Drain and place beans in a pot of cold water. Bring to the boil, reduce to medium heat and simmer until tender – about 30-40 minutes. Do not add salt while cooking, as this can make the outer skins of legumes tough. Drain and use, or refrigerate for up to 2 days.

Yummy cooked Adzuki beans can be added to salads, warming soups and hotpots. For delicious vegetarian burgers, combine lightly fork-mashed beans with grated veggies such as carrot and zucchini. Mix with a batter of besan flour, spices and cold water. A thinner batter can be used to make fritters.

Adzuki Beans are often used in Asian cooking including stir-fries, curries and desserts. In Japan, they are used to make a sweet red bean paste, Anko; or combined with mochi rice in a porridge called Zensai.

Smashed beans are great in dips; mix with pureed beetroot, sumac spice or chilli. Versatile and convenient dried Adzuki beans are a handy pantry stand-by.

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