Menopause Relieving Adzuki Bean Dip

15 oz
Adzuki beans
6 oz
Plain yogurt
5 oz
Roasted red bell pepper
1 tbls
Miso
2 tsp
Dried coriander leaves (cilantro)
1 tsp
Garlic powder
1 tbls
Rice Vinegar
1 tbls
Ginger root
1 tbls
Tomato paste
1 tbls
Tamari soy sauce
1/2 tsp
Onion powder

Notes: Serve with raw vegetable chips and dippers such as; sliced daikon (large Asian radish), sliced carrots, sliced cucumber and whole fresh pea pods. A sprinkling of black sesame seeds adds an attractive contrasting garnish.

Recipe by: Chef Kelly Yorke
Adzuki (or aduki, azuki, or asuki) beans are small, dark reddish-brown colored beans that have a thin white strip running the length of their outside edge. Adzuki beans are available whole dried, canned, or ground into powder. They are sweet and nutty in taste and were first popularized throughout the Orient to make either savory or sweet recipes. Adzuki beans are highly nutritious and rank among the legumes that are more easily digestible. Fermented non-GMO soy products such as Miso and Tamari sauce are known to be therapeutic for menopause related symptoms.

  1. Place all ingredients in a food processor, cover and process until smooth.

  2. Transfer to a serving bowl, cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.

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