COOKING BEANS WITH BAKING SODA. COOKING WITHOUT OVEN.
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??????? Rikyu Manju – Bean jam bun Finished and ready to eat. Delicious! They say that Sen no Rikyu, a master of tea ceremony, liked eating this food so this name was given. The other name is “chamanjyu” (Japanese tea bean jam bun), which is one of the most familiar manjyu. We use the character? kyu, because it is said that ? kyu is disliked in the world of cooking. Ingredients 170g flour 1 tsp baking soda 50g brown sugar 50g white sugar 50g water 200g red bean paste Instructions Mix and sift the flour and baking soda. Put the brown sugar, white sugar and water in a pot. Boil and melt them. When the water is boiled, turn off the gas and melt them with the remaining heat. When 2 cools, add 1 and make crusts as soft as an earlobe. Divide into 10 pieces. Divide the red bean paste into 10 pieces and make into balls. Flatter 3 with your palm and wrap the red bean paste balls with them. Lay a wet cloth on a steamer and put the balls on them. Steam for 10 minutes using high heat. When they’re steamed, remove them from the heat and fan them to give them a gloss.Jumble Cookies
Jumble Cookies from the "Milk & Cookies" cookbook by Tina Casaceli, owner of the Milk & Cookies bakery in NYC. The Jumble cookie is described by Casaceli as an "everything but the kitchen sink" cookie, that you can put just about anything you like in them and they're great. My version of the Jumble includes dark chocolate chunks, toasted Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, almonds and dried currants. Full ingredients list: organic white flour, baking soda, smoked sea salt, organic NZ butter, light muscovado sugar, vanilla sugar, ground vanilla beans, free range egg, vanilla paste, chocolate liqueur, mild chili powder, ground cinnamon, Aftelier cinnamon essential oil, ground star anise, 85% cocoa chocolate chunks, 70% cocoa chocolate chunks with butterscotch bits, Aftelier cocoa absolute, toasted Brazil nuts, toasted cashews, toasted almonds and dried currants. The recipe doesn't make an overabundance of cookies (I think I got 18 out of the batch), and they're so good that they went really fast.
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