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Shiruko or oshiruko , is a traditional Japanese dessert.
It is a sweet porridge of azuki beans boiled and crushed, served in a bowl with mochi.
It is loved by many Japanese, especially during the winter.
I make oshiruko from the azuki red beans.
but it takes time to cook.
so,If you can get anko(sweet red bean paste),
you can make easily .
(Makes 4 servings)
8 blocks mochi ( rice cakes)
400g anko (sweet red bean paste)
pinch of salt
1,Mix anko with water in a medium pot and simmer on medium heat.
Stop the heat just before it comes to a boil.
2, Grill mochi in the oven until softened.
3, Place grilled mochi into bowls.
4, Pour hot soup over mochi.
Red bean paste is used in many Japanese sweets.
Tsubuan : whole red beans boiled with sugar but otherwise untreated
Koshian : which has been passed through a sieve to remove bean skins.
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