Saturday, July 13, 2013

Black Bean Soymilk

Ever since having this Joyoung soy maker, I've been making soy milk very frequently! Now there are loads of frozen soybean pulp sleeping in my freezer hahaha...Besides making the usual soybean milk, I've try out the blackbean version which my family loves it too! As blackbean has a slight bitter aftertaste, I mixed in some soybean so that the taste is more acceptable for the kids :) What to do with the blackbean pulp? Look out for the coming post on how to utilise them rather than discarding them into bins  ^o^

  • 70gm dried black beans
  • 30gm dried soy beans
  • 1L water

  1. Rinse both beans thoroughly. 
  2. Place beans and water into soy maker. Select 'dry beans' and start the maker.
  3. The machine will beep when the milk is ready after 25mins. 
  4. Strain the milk into a clean jug. Stir in sugar to taste. 


ivy sew said...

Yummy and healthy :)

Anonymous said...

Hi, where do you get your black soy beans from? I cannot find them at the supermarkets dried goods sections as well as the organic sections. Would like to try black soy milk too. Thanks.

Peng said...

If u are local u should be able to locate black beans at the dry goods section!

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