In a bowl while mashing it up, mix the soy pulp and the banana well. Once it's done, wrap it with plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator.
Preheat the oven to 170℃ (340℉).
Cut the dough and line up on a baking sheet and bake at 170℃ (340℉) for 30 minutes
If you prefer them crisp, microwave (500w) on each side for one minute.
●Failed example● You know the heat of your oven, so make sure to check on them while baking. If you over-bake them, they will burn.
There is also a crispy cookie version that is uploaded on ver2. Please try it out as well.
Story Behind this Recipe
I like soy pulp cookies, so I often made this. Instead of sugar, I would put a banana in it because it tastes better when baked. These are soft cookies so it's very easy to eat even for children.
These cookies looks like icebox cookies and just you would imagine, you chill the dough in the refrigerator. However, be careful not to put them in for too long. If you do, they will become too hard to cut. I think 30 minutes is enough. If you don't want to chill the dough, you could easily form them by hand. They should be about 5 mm wide or less. Depending on your oven and how moist the soy pulp is, be sure to adjust the baking time accordingly and be careful when you bake them! Also make sure your banana is ripe!