- n. Either the plant or the seed of the azuki bean
- From Japanese 小豆 (azuki). In Japanese, it was historically /aduki/. /du/ eventually transformed into /zu/, while variously romanized as "dzu" an "zu". See azuki. (Wiktionary)
“Vegan bakeries have evolved into fast-growing businesses, racking up sales of moist flax-seed cakes, soy-butter cookies and fudgy brownies one secret: adzuki beans.”
“Today, she uses some legumes in recipes—adzuki beans make her brownies "fudgy" she says—but tempers their inclusion with a pinch of baking soda.”
“We tried the chocolate-coated custard-filled donut, and the adzuki bean-filled donut rolled in sugar … both very, very good.”
“From the Chinese buns, to the Japanese adzuki bean paste, and in the Caribbean we make habichuelas con dulce, which is like a dessert bean soup.”
“He is also a little sweeter and something about the adzuki bean (V. angularis) makes you feel like celebrating.”
“• Top a green salad with a colorful mix of beans, like lima, chickpeas, and adzuki.”
“I also added rice bran and adzuki bean powder as an exfoliant (my favorite exfoliants).”
“Many Japanese seem to make a fuss over the inability of foreigners to eat anko, a sweet bean paste usually made from adzuki beans, which I have never had a problem with.”
“•Top a green salad with a colorful mix of beans, like lima, chickpeas, and adzuki.”
“Moon cakes are traditionally given out as gifts to family and friends, and are stuffed with adzuki bean paste.”
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