Watch how to make it here Doubanjiang beans on toast is a no-cook and comforting breakfast recipe. Doubanjiang is salty and umami-rich while the sweetness from the maple syrup and sundried tomatoes provides some balance.
A few notes:
- If you can’t find cannellini beans, feel free to substitute them with great Northern beans, butterbeans, or navy beans.
- Doubanjiang can be found on Amazon or at most Asian grocery stores. This ingredient is commonly used in Chinese recipes and adds flavor so I highly recommend this.
- Store any leftover beans in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days. Heat up toast right before eating.