beans, sugar, fruits

Wagashi is a traditional Japanese confection that is often served with tea. Sweet azuki bean paste (anko) is a central ingredient in a large number of Japanese sweets. Boiled azuki beans are sweetened with sugar and mashed to create either smooth anko (koshian) or chunky anko (tsubuan).

Created Dec. 16, 2016 by: anika854

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