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Red Bean Jelly
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4 INGREDIENTS • 4 STEPS • 4HRS

Red Bean Jelly

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Mizu Yokan is a traditional Japanese dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. Made from red azuki beans, agar-agar (a type of dietary fiber), and sugar, it's both cooling and refreshing on hot summer days!
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ZaTaYaYummy
I am Chua Zong Han, the owner of TheZongHan & ZaTaYaYummy. Based in Singapore, I create video recipes on Youtube and at the same time blog about lifestyle.
http://www.thezonghan.com
Mizu Yokan is a traditional Japanese dessert that has been enjoyed for centuries. Made from red azuki beans, agar-agar (a type of dietary fiber), and sugar, it's both cooling and refreshing on hot summer days!
4HRS
Total Time
$2.06
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
4
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Water
1 2/3 cups
Water
Red Bean Paste
2/3 cup
Red Bean Paste
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
160
Fat
--
Protein
2.4 g
Carbs
38.4 g
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I am Chua Zong Han, the owner of TheZongHan & ZaTaYaYummy. Based in Singapore, I create video recipes on Youtube and at the same time blog about lifestyle.
http://www.thezonghan.com
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step 1
In a saucepan, combine Water (1 2/3 cups), Granulated Sugar (2 Tbsp) and Agar-Agar Powder (2 tsp). Bring the mixture to a boil to dissolve the agar agar powder completely.
step 2
Stir in Red Bean Paste (2/3 cup) and keep mixing until the paste have melted completely. Then, Sift through a strainer to ensure the mixture is smooth.
step 3
Transfer into a container or a square mold. Let it cool down to room temperature before chilling it in the fridge for at least 4 to 5 hours.
step 4
Un-mold the jelly and slice them into bite size pieces. Serve and Enjoy!
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Dairy-Free
Gluten-Free
Shellfish-Free
Kid-Friendly
Vegan
Vegetarian
Dessert
Japanese
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