Red bean jelly
Country of production:
The yokan was introduced in japan by zen buddhists in the course of the TWELFTH century, evolving until becoming one of the japanese cakes are the most popular. The sweet yokan have a retention period rather long, and can easily be kept successfully out of the fridge. With A basis of gelatin to the taste of azuki (red bean sweets) should be sliced or diced and eaten together with you, or served cold during the summer (in japan in the warm months is consumed a lot).
Sugar, a mixture of red beans, malt syrup, salt, gelling agent E406, sweetener E420
Mode of storage:
A cool, dry place away from direct light
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