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Dorayaki

Dorayaki

Introduction

“Blue Fat Man’s favorite is also my good heart.”

Materials

Main material

Material Quantity
Egg 4
Low-gluten flour 200g
Berry sugar 60g
Honey 20g
milk 80g
Salad oil 15g

accessories

Material Quantity
Baking powder 4g
Blueberry Jam Appropriate amount

Characteristics

Property
Flavor Sweet taste
Technology Fry
time consuming Semih.
difficulty simple

Steps

step 1:

Four eggs were knocked into a basin.

step 1

step 2:

Add 60g fine sugar and stir well.

step 2

step 3:

Add 20 grams of honey and mix well.

step 3

step 4:

Add 80 grams of milk and stir well.

step 4

step 5:

Add 15 grams of salad oil and stir well.

step 5

step 6:

Mix low flour with baking powder and sift into the egg paste.

step 6

step 7:

Stir into a uniform and delicate paste, put it in the refrigerator for ten minutes, and then take it out to make gongs.

step 7

step 8:

When the non-stick pot is heated and scooped into a small spoonful of batter, the batter will unfold itself into a circle, and the batter will be counted as many as two.

step 8

step 9:

Slowly bake the batter until there are bubbles on it.

step 9

step 10:

Turn over and bake the other side until brown.

step 10

step 11:

The quantity of Fangzi made these gongs burn.

step 11

step 12:

Take a piece of brass gong and burn it. Spread some jam on it. Then take a piece of brass gong and burn it together.

step 12

Tips

  1. When the non-stick pan roasts the gong, if the minimum heat is too heavy, turn off the fire in the middle, or lift the pan a little away from the fire source, especially after the back pan is hot, it is better to roast one, otherwise it is difficult to control the degree of color.2. The amount of flour and milk in the batter baked with gongs is not very strict. The batter is thick and can add a little more milk. It feels thin and can add a little more flour. The batter is in the state of picking up the egg beater. The batter can drip smoothly and the lines will not disappear immediately.

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