A popular legume in many Asian countries, Adzuki beans are small, oval and usually dark red in color. These beans are most often used to make a sweet paste, but they are also used to make Japanese rice dishes and in a variety of other foods, including ice cream.
A small, dried, russet-colored bean with a sweet flavor. Dry adzuki beans are small dark red, oval beans approximately 5 mm in diameter. They have a distinctive white ridge along one side. Adzuki beans are popular across Asia, particularly in Japan, and are used to make red sweet bean paste.
Selecting and Buying
While vining beans are grown accross South Asia (China, India, Taiwan and Thailand), bush or erect plant types are grown in both Northern Japan and the upper Midwest.
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