Azuki beans in the rice cooker = You. Had. Me. At. Hello.

6 years ago

I read one post on The Front Burner about the versatility of rice cookers and I was sold.

Do you have a rice cooker? Make beans in it.  Don’t have one? Buy one.

I essentially did everything wrong. I didn’t soak my beans overnight and I didn’t save the “extras” (everything after beans/water/broth) for later.  In the morning I rinsed some azuki beans, tossed them in the rice cooker with lots of other good stuff, and set the timer to begin cooking ten hours later.  They were perfect.

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Originally posted on JL goes Vegan:  Food & Fitness with a side of Kale.  You can follow JL on Twitter and Facebook.

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