Macrobiotic Kurumabu, Bean & Okara Gratin

Macrobiotic Kurumabu, Bean & Okara Gratin

Just mix everything together and bake! There's no need to rehydrate the kurumabu, so it's very simple. This is a healthy macrobiotic gratin with plenty of fiber.

Ingredients: 2 servings

Kurumabu (wheel-shaped fu, dried wheat gluten)
Fresh okara
80 g
Natural unprocessed soy milk
300 ml
1 tablespoon
Soup stock
Mixed beans
50 g
Parmesan cheese
as needed


1. Put all of the ingredients except the cheese into a frying pan. Break each kurumabu into 3 or 4 pieces.
2. Start cooking on high heat, and when the surface starts to bubble, reduce to medium heat. Keep stirring, and when the kurumabu has soaked up the cooking sauce, stop the heat.
3. Spread Step 2 in a heat-resistant container, and top with Parmesan cheese. Bake in a toaster oven until it's browned, and it's done.

Story Behind this Recipe

I've been eating okara a lot recently. This time I made a side dish with it, instead of cake which I usually make.