Saturday, 2 December 2017

Black sesame Soy Milk

Black sesame has many good benefits.  For my age this is good for burning fats as well as balance my hormone.

These days, I also presoak all my beans and just store it in the freezer.  I can easily whip out a jar whenever I wanted to have soy milk.  

So today, I shall brew a pot of Black sesame soy milk.

What you need:

200g soy bean (pre-soak overnight )
60g black sesame
1200g water
4 pandan leaves
60g raw sugar (to taste)


Rinse black sesame and using a non stick frying pan, gently toast the black sesame.  It is ready when it is slightly puffed up.  DO NOT OVER FRY as it will be bitter.  (if you cannot gaudge, add 10g of white sesame seeds to the black sesame, if it browns, it is ready).

Put soaked beans and black sesame into a blender with 600g water.  Blend until smooth.
(Put soaked soy beans and black sesame into TM bowl with 600g water and pulverize for 1min/Sp 9)

Add remaining water and blend again.
(Add remaining water, mix for 10sec/Sp 4)

Strain through a muslin bag and pour into a clean pot together with the pandan leaves.  Add sugar and bring to a boil, lower heat and simmer for 10 mins.  (be careful of over flow)
(Strain through a muslin bag and pour back into TM bowl and add in sugar and pandan to boil for 15mins /100°C/Sp 2, add a varoma)


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