Ingredients, dishes and drinks from Japan by Ad Blankestijn

Monday, August 1, 2011

Kinako

Soybean flour. 黄粉、きなこ

Made from soybeans that have been toasted and ground into flour.

Used as a topping for mochi and other wagashi. Has a nutty flavor. You can also use it as topping for ice cream or yogurt and to mix through milk or soy milk as a drink.

Healthy as it contains much protein and Vitamin B.


[Kinako from Wikipedia]