Going to Seoul Market, in Springfield, Missouri, is one of my favorite places to shop. As the store has tons of products from the Philippines, and I always look forward to getting bean bread that I really love to eat. The last time we went to Seoul Market, the store was out of bean bread and I was very disappointed. The person I asked said; the products will arrive every Wednesday in boxes and it is always sold out the next day from their store.
So I thought I can make my own besides, it cost quite a bit every time I will buy bean bread. Making homemade bean bread was very easy. I boiled a small packaged of red beans for about one hour or until the beans are done. Mashed with a spoon or you can put the beans in a food processor to create bean paste. Seasoned with sugar according to your taste of sweetness.
Since I could not find puff pastry at Walmart, I used Pillsbury crescent rolls. Put the bean paste in the middle, brushed with egg wash then fold the sides into the middle. Brushed with egg wash on the top then put in the oven for about 12 minutes or until the bean bread is golden brown. My homemade bean bread tasted really good and I am going to make some more once I‘m out of my bread.