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Recipe : Dorayaki

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Dorayaki (どら焼き) is a Japanese sweet consisting of a moist pancake batter with red bean paste sandwiched in between. The key to the moist dough, one of the characteristics of Dorayaki, is the starch syrup. While the standard size is a palm-sized dorayaki, I will introduce mini-sized dorayaki that can be eaten in bite-size portions.

Ingredients(About 10 pieces):

1 Egg
2 tsp Starch syrup *Honey is also OK!
70g  Plain flour
40g Sugar
1/2 tsp Baking soda
2 Tbsp (30ml)  Water
1 tsp (5ml) Mirin
1 tsp (5ml) Warm water
Canola oil, as needed

Red bean paste, as needed [Recipe]

Directions:

1. Put eggs and starch syrup into the bowl and mix well.
2. Put the plain flour in another bowl and add sugar, baking soda, and stir lightly.


3. Pour the egg mixture into the powders and stir well. Then, add water, mirin and warm water, and stir well.
4. Move the dough to the plastic bag. Cut the corner of the bag just a little bit.
5. Heat the pan with medium low heat. Pour the oil and thinly spread, and wipe it off with paper towel.
6. Put the pan on the well squeezed towel and cool down for a while.
7. Place a frying pan over medium heat, pour the dough into the pan.


8. When the bottom turns brown, flip the pancakes and wait another 30 seconds. Take out from the pan. Continue until all the dough is gone.

9. Put red bean paste on a pancake and sand it with other pancake.

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YUCa’s Tips :
1. Use both warm water and water to make fluffy dough.
2. Put the well squeezed wet towel under the pan to cool down.
3. Use two spatulas to cook a perfect circular pancake.

Note : 

This recipe was first submitted in October 30, 2021 and resubmitted in March 23rd, 2023 to reflect recipe revisions and additional photos.

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