Not only Red Beans, Dorayaki can also use a variety of contemporary flavors!

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Various Contemporary Flavors of Dorayaki Filling Apart from Red Beans, Tempting!


Besides the famous bamboo propeller and magic pouch, for sure Parents also no stranger to the favorite food of this legendary figure, Dorayaki. Dorayaki cake is a traditional Japanese food that is round in shape and has a soft texture.

Generally, in the middle area of ​​Dorayaki it is filled with red bean or in Japanese it is azuki. Over time, Dorayaki has many versions of the filling that are no less delicious. One of them that is currently viral is Dorayaki Oreo. Parents. Curious about the recipe?

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Dorayaki Oreo Stuffing Recipe

Source: Tokopedia

Recipe by @tokopediaparents

Ingredients:

  • 1 Pack Oreos
  • 1 egg
  • 40 grams of sweetened condensed milk chocolate
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 85 ml water
  • Whipped cream to taste

How to make:

  1. Separate the Oreo biscuits and filling.
  2. Crush the biscuits until smooth.
  3. Beat eggs in a bowl until foamy.
  4. Add the biscuit crumbs and mix well.
  5. Add sweetened condensed milk, 85 ml of water and baking soda. Stir well.
  6. Cover with cloth for 20 minutes.
  7. Print medium rounds on preheated Teflon for 3 minutes until popping holes appear, then flip. Make some dorayaki.
  8. In a separate bowl, mix the whipped cream with the separated Oreo cream.
  9. Spread cream on the finished Oreo chocolate and cover with another Dorayaki Oreo.

Various Flavors Dorayaki contemporary

In addition to red bean butter or Oreo, Dorayaki can also be filled with other flavor variants according to your taste, you know. There anything?

1. Matcha Jam

Various Contemporary Flavors of Dorayaki Filling Apart from Red Beans, Tempting!

Source: Shift & Simmer

For matcha lovers, this flavor variant turns out to be an alternative to jam filling in Dorayaki, lol. The combination of sweet and slightly bitter taste of matcha is perfect when combined with the soft texture of Dorayaki bread. To get the jam, Parents you can use melted matcha flavored silverqueen or directly use matcha jam sold in the market.

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2. Chocolate from SilverQueen or Choco Crunchy

Various Contemporary Flavors of Dorayaki Filling Apart from Red Beans, Tempting!

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Besides matcha, chocolate flavor is also a good choice for Dorayaki filling here, parents. Not only melted chocolate bars, you can also use Choco Crunchy as a chocolate filling if you want a crunchy sensation. The filling is also still compatible though, the Dorayaki bread is chewy and soft. Want to try?

3. Chocolatos

Various Contemporary Flavors of Dorayaki Filling Apart from Red Beans, Tempting!

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Still with chocolate flavor, you can also replace the Dorayaki filling with crushed Chocolatos. The texture of the wafer will later put the elements crunchy but still legit because of the chocolate jam in the stick. If you want more flavor, Chocolatos can also be combined with Dorayaki dough so that it produces the majority of the chocolate taste on the bread later.

4. Nutella

Various Contemporary Flavors of Dorayaki Filling Apart from Red Beans, Tempting!

Who doesn’t love Nutella? This chocolate jam is very popular among the people, including Indonesia. The hazelnut flavor which is the main ingredient in this chocolate paste is very appetizing when combined with various types of bread. Of course, if it is used as a Dorayaki filling, it will produce the perfect blend.

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So, those were some alternative Dorayaki fillings that could be Parents adjust to the tastes of the family at home. This practical menu is also suitable for breaking the fast for your little one! Good luck, yes!

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