Kinako Powder (Roasted Soy Bean Powder) / きな粉
- Kinako powder (roasted soy bean powder) is commonly used in Japanese and Korean cuisine.
- 80G per pack
- It is healthy topping and flavouring which contains B vitamins and protein.
- More commonly used in desserts (such as warabimochi, a famous kinako-covered sweet, or dango dumplings and Japanese confections wagashi), or combined with milk or soy milk to make a beautiful malt-like drink.
- Could be used for baking too, in place of chocolate/vanilla/matcha
Kinako Latte (no coffee/non-caffeinated) recipe:
1 cup of whole cow’s milk
2 tbsp kinako
Sugar (We substituted this with 1 tsp of honey)
Heat milk and kinako powder in a small saucepan over the stove or in a microwave (be careful of hot milk), then mix until blended.
Or if you have a Nespresso Aeroccino, combine milk and kinako powder and froth.
Pour into cup then stir in sugar/honey.