April 30, 2010

Recipe Eden Sweet Aduki Beans and Mochi

Sweet beans may sound odd, but it is a very common thing in Japan and other cultures..think along the lines of baked beans and how sweet they can be...I have extra adukis so I will try this recipe.

Eden Sweet Aduki Beans & Mochi

Serves 3
Prep Time 0:05
Cook Time 0:25


15 ounces Eden Organic Aduki Beans, drained, reserve small amount of the liquid

1 Tablespoon organic maple syrup

1/4 cup organic raisins (or other dried fuit)

1 teaspoon Eden Shoyu Soy Sauce, or to taste (shoyu has wheat ingredients you can substitute Bragg's Liquid Aminos if Wheat Free or Gluten Free)

3 pieces Eden Sweet Brown Rice Mochi, cut into quarters

or Eden Sprouted Brown Rice Mochi


Place the aduki beans, syrup, raisins and shoyu in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce the flame to medium-low and simmer for about 10 minutes. If liquid needs to be added, add a small amount of the reserve bean cooking liquid. When the beans are about half cooked, place the mochi on a baking sheet and bake at 350° for about 5 minutes or until it puffs up. Place 4 pieces of mochi in individual bowls and spoon the sweet aduki beans over.

Nutritional Info

Per serving: 177 Calories, 1g Fat (3% calories from fat), 10g Protein, 60g Carbohydrate, 7g Fiber, 0mg Cholesterol, 125mg Sodium

Related Recipes

Beans, Dessert & Pastry, Eastern, Good/High Fiber, Good/High Protein, Japanese Food, Low Fat, Low Sodium, Macrobiotic, Vegan, Whole Grain, Whole Grain

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1 comment:

  1. Tried the Sweet Aduki Beans and Mochi. Was pretty good, but wouldn't think of it as sweet...I pan fried the mochi with a little (brushed on the pan) almond oil instead of baking it. Was an interesting dish to go with my am veggie/miso soup.