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Cold Jellied Azuki Bean Paste is a dish introduced in Cooking Mama: World Kitchen.

InfoEdit

This recipe is based off of mizu yōkan, a jellied dessert made from azuki bean paste, agar, and sugar. The high water content in the mixture is what gives the dessert a light, soft texture.

Traditionally when there were no refrigerators available, farmers would fill the liquid inside bamboo tubes and set them over the cool river water. Even now, as an image of authenticity and traditional appeal, mizu yōkan can be sold in bamboo tubes over other conventional methods.

Cooking Mama: World KitchenEdit

RecipeEdit

  1. Mix it!
  2. Boil it!
  3. Pour the liquid!
  4. Make the gelatin!

IngredientsEdit

  • Azuki Beans
  • Agar
  • Sugar
  • Garnished with Japanese maple leaves

Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop Edit

In this game, the player can make Chestnut Yokan, which is the standard jellied azuki bean paste with chestnuts inside.

Recipe Edit

  1. Peel the chestnut!
  2. Boil it!
  3. Boil it down!
  4. Boil it!
  5. Pour it!
  6. Chill it in the fridge!
  7. Remove it!
  8. Cut it up!

Ingredients Edit

  • Chestnut
  • Hot Water
  • Sugar
  • Agar Powder
  • Strained Bean Jam

TriviaEdit

GalleryEdit

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