JAPANESE DORAYAKI tastes as good as it looks! HONEY pancakes, RED BEAN filling – it’s a classic dessert/snack in Japan! (Easy to see why!) Continue watching PART 6 of our Asian Dessert series to find out how easy this was to make!
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If you’re familiar with the anime series – Doraemon – then you’ll know that he LOVES to eat DORAYAKI! It’s his favorite snack! Two honey-flavored pancakes filled with red bean paste — such a good flavor combination.
Like we mentioned in our previous Red Bean Soup video, red beans (Adzuki beans or red mung beans) offer no natural sweetness. So adding sugar and honey provides two different kinds of sweetness for these pancake sandwiches!
We hope you guys enjoy this recipe! We had a lot of fun making it (seems technical, but it’s really not!). Needless to say, it also became our family’s breakfast for the next couple of days since we were able to make a lot in 1 batch! Now it’s your turn to go ahead and try this recipe!
Full recipe details below, fellow chefies!
*This recipe will make approximately 8 dorayaki.
DORAYAKI (Japanese Red Bean Pancakes)
1. Crack 4 eggs into a bowl.
2. In the same bowl, add 2/3 cup sugar and 2-3 tbsp honey.
3. Whisk eggs and sugars for 1-2 minutes until sugar is dissolved.
4. With a fine mesh sieve, add 1-1/3 cups all-purpose flour and 1/2 tsp baking powder.
5. Sift dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.
6. Then, whisk for 2-3 minutes to combine the dry and wet ingredients.
7. Put batter into fridge for 15 minutes to rest.
8. After 15 minutes, take your batter out of fridge and add 1 tbsp water.
9. Whisk to combine batter and water. Batter should have a thinner consistency by now.
10. Heat pan at lowest heat setting for 5 minutes.
11. Soak a paper towel with 1 tbsp of vegetable oil. After 5 minutes, brush the pan with the oil on the paper towel.
12. Immediately after, use a clean paper towel to brush off the oil.
13. For each pancake, measure out 3 tbsp batter.
14. Let pancake cook for 1 minute 40 seconds (until bubbles form).
15. Then, flip pancake onto other side. Cook for 30-40 seconds.
16. Remove from pan. Then, cover with damp paper towel so pancakes can stay moist.
17. To assemble, place 2 tbsp of red bean onto the center of a pancake.
18. Use a spoon to fan out the red bean towards the edges of the pancake, while leaving a majority of the red bean in the center! This will help create the “sloping sides” of a dorayaki.
19. Then, cover red bean with another pancake. Gently press down to make a “sandwich.”
20. You can cling wrap dorayaki and leave at room temperature for 2 days. You can also put it in the fridge for longer storage duration!
[Original recipe: https://www.justonecookbook.com/dorayaki-japanese-red-bean-pancake/]
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