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A Japanese sweet "jello" style dish. The original was about.com. Note the recipe called for 1/2 a stick of agar-agar. Sticks vary in size. The average is about 10 mg so this is based on that. The Adzuki bean paste is actually called Anko however this ingredient caused problems.

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  • Soak agar-agar in water to soften. Then if needed cut the agar-agar into small pieces.
  • Put 1 2/3 cup of water in a pan and put on low heat.
  • Add squeezed agar-agar in the pan and dissolve in the water. Stir until completely dissolved then if needed strain the liquid and add the sugar and lemon juice.
  • Now pour the liquid in a flat container and cool to firm.
  • Mix water, sugar, and lemmon juice to make syrup. If you need to thicken heat it and reduce.
  • Cut kanten jello into small cubes.
  • Serve kanten jello and fruits in individual bowls.
  • Pour syrup in the cups and put anko on the top.
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    A Japanese sweet "jello" style dish. The original was about.com. Note the recipe called for 1/2 a stick of agar-agar. Sticks vary in size. The average is about 10 mg so this is based on that. The Adzuki bean paste is actually called Anko however this ingredient caused problems.
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