If you love Japanese Cuisine, you obviously know Dorayaki cakes. From many traditional Vietnamese Dessert Recipes, today I will change flavor a little bit by creating Dorayaki Cakes in Vietnamese Style (Bánh Dorayaki hương Việt). Do you like it? These cakes is the most cakes of Doraemon – one of most popular characters ever in Japan. Moreover, I bet your kids will love it when eating these cakes.
Are you ready to change a little flavor for one of stunning Vietnamese Dessert Recipes with us? If you do want, please follow our instruction below and let us start making these cakes right now.
100gr wheat flour + 50gr tapioca flour/ corn starch
½ teaspoon blooming flour
1 tablespoon honey
80gr white sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla
½ teaspoon salt
*** For filling: ½ bowl red bean, 60ge white sugar, ½ teaspoon salt.
Step 1: Clean red bean, soak into water about 5 – 6 hours. Next, clean them again and bring to cook with water covered the face of beans until they are soft. Turn off the heat.
Step 2: Pour all beans (in step 1) into grinder machine, add more a little steaming water of red beans to grind easily. When they are smooth, turn off the power.
Step 3: Next, pour mixture bean (in step 2) into pan, add more sugar in small heat and fry until water is dry. Turn off the heat. Wait to get cool and put in vegetables drawer of fridge.
Step 5: Here is the firststep to create the flavor for one of amazing Vietnamese Dessert Recipes. Add eggs on big bowl, add more sugar and use chopsticks to stir well.
Step 6: Pour slowly honey and oil into mixture (in step 5), stir well and in one way to make sure oil and egg mixture combine together.
Step 7: Pour mixture flour (in step 4) into mixture egg (in step 6), stir well.
Step 8: Add more water into bowl, stir until this mixture become thick. Add more vanilla. Use nylon bag to cover carefully this mixture in 30 minutes.
Step 9: Use nonstick frying pan, heat it.You can add more oil or melted butter on the bottom to make sure cakes will not stick when frying.
Step 10: Use small heat, scoop one small spoon and pour into pan into circle shape. Next, use medium heat to fry 2 faces of cakes. Continue until all mixture flour is out. Add red bean filling in one side of cake, then use another cake to cover it.
Finally, your dish is ready to serve. Nothing better when you can enjoy these cakes with your family and friends in weekends. Moreover, you can make this cake and your kids can bring to school and eat in lunch meal. I bet they will love it. Hope you feel satisfy with this dish and do not miss our other stunning Vietnamese Dessert Recipes next time. Good Luck for your Cooking.
Jorge 2015-02-24 14:04:41
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Jesus 2015-02-24 19:56:40
You're very welcome Nami I can't wait to try your doyraaki recipe ~ I was hoping that you'll stop by and read this post sometime Thank you so much for explaining these to me! So they're oobanyakis and not really doyraakis ~ I knew I should've as
Leyla 2015-02-25 10:58:39
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