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Taiyaki (たい焼き) Pan Plus Recipe

Taiyaki (たい焼き) is a Japanese fish shaped pancake which is commonly filled with red bean paste that is made from sweetened azuki beans. But in these day, there have other fillings such as custard, chocolate, cream cheese or even sausage in it.

Taiyaki is made using regular pancake or waffle batter which is poured into a fish-shaped pan on each side, top with desire filling before closing the pan. The batter is then cooked on both sides on medium heat until golden brown.


MORINAGA PANCAKE PREMIX


Morinaga pancake premix is one of my favourite brand when comes to premix choice. It has a few packaging from 2 - 4 individual sachet per pack or in box form. I love those that are individually packed as to prevent wastage and freshness of the premix. Each sachet can make about 4 pieces of standard size pancake or 5 - 6 Taiyaki with fillings.

WHERE TO FIND:-
~ Taiyaki (たい焼き) Pan: Some leading department stores (such as Giant, Carrefour, Isetan or Gmarket). Price range from S$19.90 onwards.

~ Pancake Premix: Can be easily found in major supermarkets (such as Fairprice Xtra, Carefour, Cold Storage) depending on the brand. Here I am using Morinaga Pancake Premix. Price range from S$6.80 onwards.



TAIYAKI (たい焼き)


Above are some of the Taiyaki (たい焼き) that I have made using the Taiyaki Pan and Morinaga Pancake Premix. You can read more on it with the step-by-step recipe HERE.

Comments

  1. WOW! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Could I just ask where you bought your Taiyaki pan from? Have searched a couple of department stores but haven't been able to find it. >.< Thanks!

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    1. Hi Evie,

      I got mine from my aunty but most of my friends got it from Isetan, Giant or Carrefour! HTH

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  3. Hi,

    Can this pan cook in ceramic stove? or only gas stove??

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