The azuki (also called azudi or adzuki) is a little red bean from Japan. That bean is very nutritive and brings vitality to the body thanks to its vitamins and minerals as well as its protein and fibre. Moreover, it is full of benefits for two main organs of the human body, the kidneys and bladder.
This recipe is easy and quick to prepare. Perfect to enjoy as an healthy snack o dessert. It is a sugar-free, dairy-free and gluten-free recipe and is also suitable for vegan.
200 gr azuki beans
40 gr carob powder
Rice syrup (agave or maple syrup) quantity as per your taste
½ tsp vanilla essence (optional)
1/ Mix all the ingredients together until getting a soft dough.
2/ Store in the fridge for at least 4 hours until the dough turns harder.
3/ Once the dough is ready, make some little balls and put them back to the fridge before the tasting.
Optional: roll the truffles in coconut powder, carob powder, sesame, hemp seeds…