By the manufacturing method, the same size grains are carefully selected and lightly roasted to bring out the sweetness of soybeans. The pouch with a zipper is convenient to use repeatedly.
Kinako is also known as roasted soy bean flour. Traditionally, kinako is used as a condiment for desserts, and is especially popular when paired with mochi or other Japanese-style desserts. Desserts are often dusted with kinako or kinako can be mixed with granulated white sugar for a sweeter flavour taste. Kinako can be used as garnish (topping), baking and also making ice-cream.
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Store in a cool, dry place.
Typical values per 100g: Energy: 1883kj / 450kcal, Fat: 25.7g, of which saturates: 3.59g, Carbohydrates: 28.5g, of which sugars: 6.8g, Protein: 36.7g, Salt: 0g