A little background to this recipe... Well we had an "Asian Pacific Heritage Month Celebration" for work and I was asked to come up with a dish for the contest. So... I "Asian-ed" up the hummus concept ... oh and the name was inspired to subliminally persuade the judges. =0)
As I "eyeball" my portions and adjust to taste, the following are approximate measures. Feel free to adjust quantities and/or ingredients to suit your palate.
Equipment wise, you'll need a food processor or blender
Ingredient wise you'll need the following...
2 cup soy beans (soaked overnight w/1" piece of kombu, next day: cooked until tender or frozen organic soybeans - prepare according to package)
2 tsp garlic
1/4 small onion
1/8 cup vinegar
1/4 cup sesame oil
1/4 cup miso
1/4 cup Vegenaise
1/8 cup tahini
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp crushed red pepper
1/8 cup chopped, green onions
1 tbs black sesame seeds
Optional garnishes: green onions, parsley, lemon zest or black sesame seeds to sprinkle on top. Be creative. If you like add them all!
Process/blend in the 1st group until well chopped...process/blend in the 2nd group until well mixed ... time for group 3 also, until well mixed.
Let us know if you try it or your own variation. We'll be sure to credit you. Send in a pic too.