Dorayaki cake is a traditional Japanese dessert recipe that is a sweet cake with anko filling. Anko’s filling consists of sweet azuki bean paste. It’s a delicious addition to any traditional Japanese meal and you’ll love the texture, flavor, and flavor.
Ingredients for Japanese Dessert Recipe – Dorayaki Cake:
or 2/3 cup white sugar
or ½ teaspoon baking soda
or 3 tablespoons of water
or 1 cup white flour – sifted
or ¾ pound anko – sweet azuki beans
or oil for frying
Instructions to make the Japanese Dessert Recipe – Dorayaki Cake:
o Put the eggs and sugar in a bowl and beat well
o Dissolve the baking soda in the water
o Add the water to the egg mixture
o Add the sifted flour to the egg mixture a little at a time
o Heat a hot pan or plate and put a little oil on it
o Pour a tablespoon of the batter into the pan and form into a small pancake
o Flip the pancake in the pan when bubbles begin to form and appear on the surface of the cake
o Repeat this process to make 8-10 pancakes
o Cool the pancakes
o Put a spoonful of sweet anko beans between the pancakes
o This recipe makes about 4 to 5 dorayaki cakes
This Japanese dessert recipe for Dorayaki cake is easy to make and delicious. It is a rich in Japanese culture. All sweets in Japanese are called wa-gashi, and common ingredients used in Japanese dessert recipes are rice flour, red beans, and sugar. There are very few recipes that actually call for the use of milk or butter. This type of cooking tends to be much lower in fat than other forms of western dessert cooking.
Anko or sweet red beans are a typical ingredient used in wa-gashi. They are also used as fillings for manju and taiyaki. Japanese cakes are used and prepared on a variety of occasions and some are used for formal dinner parties and gatherings while others are used as a common dessert after a meal.
It is best to serve your Dorayaki cake with green tea or other types of Japanese tea to get the true authentic taste and feeling of making a Japanese dessert. Japanese Christmas cakes are a favorite among Japanese culture and are light and fluffy. Most cakes and desserts made from Japanese recipes are lower in fat and healthier than other types of dessert recipes. They also require few ingredients and are relatively easy to make and prepare.