It is a gentle dipping sauce that is recommended for those who are not good at dryness of soybeans texture since it contains sweet and spicy flavored simmered soybeans.
One can taste the sweetness and umami (of soybeans), but one may not know it as soybeans unless you reveal the ingredients. When served with plenty of vegetables, the nutritional balance will be balanced.
Pointers from Rie
- The dip goes well with any vegetables. One can eat it by spreading it on crackers or bread.
- When mixed well, it becomes a fluffy paste with air. It will taste better, so take the time to mix it carefully.
- If you use boiled unsweetened black beans or red beans instead of soybeans, you can make a slightly purple dip. Mixed beans for salads are also recommended.
- You can make various arrangements such as mixed with boiled broccoli or toasting with melted cheese on bread.
Ingredients (for 4 people)
|a) Boiled soybeans
|1 bag (130g)
Nutritional value (for 1 person)
- Cut the onion into thin slices and sprinkle a little extra salt to soften it. After a while, wash with water, squeeze and drain.
- Put 1 and a) in a food processor and mix well until the beans are no longer in shape. See the taste midway and adjust the taste with salt. Mix further and when it becomes a fluffy paste, pour it into a bowl.
- For asparagus, cut off the hard part at the base and peel off about 5 cm below with a peeler. Boil quickly in warm water, soak in cold water, and cut into 3 equal parts.
- Cut the red radish into round slices, and cut the carrots and cucumbers into sticks.
- Place the vegetables in a bowl, sprinkle black pepper on 2, and then add to the vegetables.
MOA natural foods used
White meat (tuna can) / boiled soybeans / Zuiun pure rice vinegar maroyaka/ mayonnaise / black pepper / Umikko sal
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