You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Search Results for 'kinako'

Search on Bing

MSN Results

Web Results

  • Kinako - Wikipedia

    Kinako (黄粉 or きなこ), also known as roasted soybean flour, is a product commonly used in Japanese cuisine. In English, it is usually called "roasted soy flour".

  • 9 Ways To Eat Kinako - Japan Talk

    Sugar didn't arrive in Japan until the 16th century and wasn't widely available until the late 19th century. Before sugar, there was kinako.

  • yukina (@kinako__a) • Instagram photos and videos

    5,630 Followers, 761 Following, 586 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from yukina (@kinako__a)

  • Kinako | Idolish7 Wikia | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    Kinako (きなこ, Kinako) is a pet “rabbit” that Takanashi Production keeps. “Myuu~” is a cry that it makes, and it tends to appear in unexpected places and ...

  • kinako (@flying_gadget) | Twitter

    The latest Tweets from kinako (@flying_gadget). ひこうき乗ってバカみたいに旅行するマン 便所の落書き→ JGC8年目 ...

  • Kinako (film) - Wikipedia

    Kinako - The Story of an Apprentice Police Dog (きな子〜見習い警察犬の物語〜, Kinako: Minarai Keisatsuken no Monogatari) is a 2010 Japanese film based ...

  • Kinako (@kinakomomo_) • Instagram photos and videos

    102 Followers, 185 Following, 805 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Kinako (@kinakomomo_)

  • Five Ways to Use Kinako (Roasted Soy Bean Flour)

    Kinako is a Japanese ingredient made of roasted soybean flour. It has many applications but is primarily used for Japanese desserts or wagashi.

  • KINAKO (@k_i_n_k_) | Twitter

    私だって節度はあるんです 誰彼構わずナプキンの銘柄聞いてるわけじゃないんです

  • Kinako | Sousei no Onmyouji - Twin Star Exorcists Wikia ...

    Kinako (きなこ) is a fox-cat (キツネコ kitsuneko) shikigami made by Benio Adashino. Kinako is a sentient Shikigami, and even questions his own meaning of ...

image beaconimage beaconimage beacon