Kinako is made of roasted soybean and has very aromatic flavour as well as high nutrition of mineral and good protein. Also, it goes well with brown sugar. So I recommend you to use brown sugar, not caster sugar. Try the rustic charm of Japanese kinako Cookies!
SERVES: 18 PIECES
・30 g butter (at room temperature)
・30 g brown sugar
・1 pinch of salt
・60 ml soybean milk or milk (at room temperature)
・1/2 egg (at room temperature)
・100 g kinako (roasted soybean flour)
1. First of all, place butter, egg and soy bean milk at room temperature. Then whisk butter and brown sugar in a bowl, add egg, soy bean milk and sifted kinako (roasted soybean flour) and mix by hand.
2. Roll out the dough in between cooking paper to 5 mm-thin. Cut it with a knife in square.
3. Bake them at 180°C for 17 minutes. Remove its excess heat.