Roll into 3 cm balls. Microwave at 500 W for 3 to 4 minutes to finish. (Refer to Hints about cooking time.) Eat it up while it's warm!
Matcha variation: Tastes like matcha daifuku.
Story Behind this Recipe
Here's a recipe to make Japanese sweets with canned adzuki and okara. I'm so hooked on this since it's so easy and chewy like daifuku.
Adjust the amount of milk depending on the water content of the okara and the canned aduki beans. For best results, refer to the photo from Step 1. It should be slightly runny rather than too dry. Because my microwave is old, I had to heat it for 4 minutes. Start from 3 minutes and extend as necessary. The surface should be white, but not wet when touched. I used sweetened canned aduki beans. When using non-sweetened beans, add sugar to your liking.