Soy Milk with Peanuts and Sesame Seeds (Duyu)

Soy milk with peanuts and sesame seeds (Duyu) – recipe with photo, Korean cuisine
Rating: 4.9 Votes: 8
Cooking Time:
30 min.
Recipe Yield:
4-6 servings
Medium recipe

Soy milk with peanuts and sesame seeds (Duyu) – healthy and simple Korean food recipe. Cook milk for breakfast every day if you cook soybeans in advance. Soy milk is a mixture of beans and nuts that is high in fiber and protein. It has no milk at all, although it looks like a frothy latte and is very smooth and creamy. You can add any nuts you like to your soy milk, cashews, hazelnuts, or whatever. You can also add fresh cucumbers or sweet fruits. Soybeans can be soaked in larger quantities, used as much as needed, and the rest can be bagged and stored in the freezer.

Recipe Ingredients

Soya Beans 0.5 cup
Water 3 cups
Peanuts 20 g
Sesame 0.5 tsp
Salt 1 pinch

Cooking Recipe

To cook soy milk, rinse soybeans, add water and leave to swell overnight. They should increase by 2-2.5 times.

The next day, when the beans are already well swollen, you need to get rid of the peel. To do this, rub the beans with your hands and pour water over them. The peel will rise up and can be easily collected.

Not all of the rind may be removed, but you need to collect as much of it as possible. Transfer clean soybeans to a sieve so that excess liquid glass.

Next, transfer a glass of prepared beans to a blender, pour in two glasses of ice water and beat until smooth. Lightly fry nuts and sesame seeds in a dry frying pan.

After the beans are crushed, add the peanuts, sesame seeds and another glass of ice water. Beat just as well, about 3-4 minutes and add salt. Beat for one minute and can be poured into glasses. Soy milk is ready.