Kyoto Cooking Circle monthly recipe
OKARA Brownie (OKARA Sweets)
okaraphotoDo you know OKARA?
“Sho-jin Ryouri (Cooking)”meals, served for monks at temples, has developed for a long time because Kyoto has many temples from old days.
Tofu is one of the typical ingredients for the meals. And OKARA is the ground-up byproduct that results from the production of Tofu. It is the excellent health food in nutrition, being rich in protein and dietary fibers.
We‘d like to introduce some OKARA dishes and let’s try to make them!
*Other variations of OKARA dishes
  Okara Croquette, Simmered Okara, SHIGURE-JIRU (OKARA Soup)
Ingredients:

27cmx27cm plate

12cmx15cm (1/6)

Chocolate

225g

38g

Unsalted butter

225g

38g

Sugar 150g

25g

Salt

1/4tsp

a bit

Egg

3

1/2

Milk

100cc

1Tbst

OKARA

225g

38g

Cocoa Powder

50g

8g

Baking Powder

1/2Tbst

1/4tsp

Walnuts 100g 15g

Preliminary:
  1. Roast walnuts under 190℃ in the oven
  2. Heat OKARA in the frying-pan to evaporate their moisture until becoming like powder.
  3. Shift Cocoa-powder & B.P.
  4. Pre-heat the oven to 170℃
  5. Line with non stick baking paper (=Place the oven sheet).

Directions:
  1. Combine Crushed-Chocolate with Butter in a large bowl and melt them completely onto boiled water (or by microwave oven)

  2. Add Sugar, Salt, and beat it well.

  3. Add Beaten-egg little by little and mix well each time.

  4. Add Milk and mix well.

  5. Add OKARA-powder and mix well, stirring with a spatula.

  6. Add shifted Cocoa-powder & B.P. and mix roughly. After almost (80%) mixing, add chopped Walnuts.

  7. Pour mixture (1+2+3+4+5+6) into the square pan.instruction
  8. Bake at 170℃ for about 25mins. until a wooden pick inserted comes out clean.

  9. Remove from the pan, cool and cut in.

            okara brownie



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