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Chemical-Free Adzuki Beans - 500Gr- Dried In Paper Bag

Filleadh ón bPlaisteach - Chemical-Free Adzuki Beans - 500Gr- Dried In Paper Bag

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1 x 500g €4.50
Also known as Red Mung Beans originating from East Asia. These certified Chemical-free beans originate in China

In East Asian cuisine, the adzuki bean is commonly sweetened before eating. In particular, it often is boiled with sugar, producing red bean paste (anko), a very common ingredient in all of these cuisines. It also is common to add flavoring to the bean paste, such as chestnut. Red bean paste is used in many Chinese dishes, such as tangyuan, zongzi, mooncakes, baozi, and red bean ice. It also serves as a filling in Japanese sweets such as anpan, dorayaki, imagawayaki, manjū, monaka, anmitsu, taiyaki, and daifuku. A more liquid version, using adzuki beans boiled with sugar and a pinch of salt, produces a sweet dish called hong dou tang. Some East Asian cultures enjoy red bean paste as a filling or topping for various kinds of waffles, pastries, baked buns, or biscuits.

Adzuki beans are commonly eaten sprouted or boiled in a hot, tea-like drink.

Traditionally in Japan, rice with adzuki beans (赤飯; sekihan) is cooked for auspicious occasions. Adzuki beans are used in amanattō and ice cream with the whole bean (such as in the 'Cream & Red Bean' product produced by IMEI) or as paste
Like all beans, adzuki also harbours antinutrients that help in reducing the body’s capability to absorb minerals.
Lot AD 18025


Shelf Life: 1 Years
Dairy Free Vegetarian Vegan

NOTE: This product is an accepted import.

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