Traditional Japanese Treats (that you can make abroad).
You can make Traditional Japanese Treats (that you can make abroad) using 19 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Traditional Japanese Treats (that you can make abroad)
- Prepare of Homemade anko (sweet azuki bean paste).
- You need 500 grams of Red beans.
- You need 400 grams of Sugar.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of Salt.
- You need 6 of pieces Sweet chestnuts in syrup.
- It’s of Gyuuhi (sweet rice cake).
- You need 25 grams of Mochiko.
- It’s 15 grams of Sugar.
- It’s 50 grams of Water.
- It’s 15 grams of Walnuts.
- Prepare of For the dorayaki batter:.
- Prepare 150 grams of Plain white flour.
- Prepare 3 of Eggs.
- Prepare 80 grams of Sugar.
- You need 2 pinch of Salt.
- You need 1 tbsp of Honey.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Mirin.
- Prepare 80 ml of Water.
- You need 1 tsp of Baking soda.
Traditional Japanese Treats (that you can make abroad) instructions
- Wash the red beans with water and drain once with hot water. Boil until soft, then rinse off any scum with water. Drain the water, then add the sugar and simmer..
- Chop up the chestnuts and add to a small amount of the mixture from Step 1..
- Heat the walnuts in the microwave at 500 W for about 1:30. Chop..
- Mix together the gyuuhi (sweet rice cake) ingredients. Cook in the microwave at 1000 W for 1:30, then mix well..
- Add the walnuts and mix..
- Smooth the surface and let cool..
- Mix together the dorayaki batter (eggs, sugar, salt, honey, mirin, baking soda mixed with water, flour), let rest for 30 minutes, then cook..
- On a scale of 3-9, heat the frying pan between 3 and 5. Using a non-stick pan (no oil), fry the batter until holes start to break on the surface. Do a test run with the first..
- Here's a tip for flipping them over. Slip the dorayaki onto the spatula, lightly support it with chopsticks, and flip over..
- Wipe the pan down with a paper towel between each dorayaki. Cover the cooked dorayaki with a damp towel..
- Sandwich the anko and gyuhii in the dorayaki..
recipe by cookpad.japan @cookpad