Red bean paste, also called anko or adzuki/azuki bean paste, is a sweetened condiment widely used in East Asian cuisine. Raw azuki beans are slow cooked with water, sugar, and salt until tender and aromatic. These beans are then ground to make anko (red bean paste) in either koshian (fine) or tsubuan (coarse) varieties. This can contains fully cooked and ready-to-eat anko for your favorite recipes or as a topping.
Uses: Red bean paste is excellent as a filling for pastries or topping pancakes, shaved ice, and ice cream.