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Mikasa in Nara which is next to Osaka.  I presume that Dorayaki is the name used more in eastern part of Japan. Put the dough into an extra-large greased bowl and cover with a damp cloth. Although Anko was not my favorite thing when I was a little kid, I loved Dorayaki.  I guess I liked the sweet pancakes so much that I didn’t mind the Anko part.  Also, a popular Japanese TV cartoon character called “Doraemon” loves Dorayaki. Our mission is to bring inspiring food to our guests in a setting which is comfortable and reflective of urban Japan and New York. See cha siu bao and anko recipes for other fillings. Slanted hairstyle. While you are waiting, you can start to prepare the filling of your choice. Heat non-stick frying pan with a small amount of oil and wipe excess oil well. They love cooking and eating great food, and share a similar passion for home cooking using fresh ingredients INDEX Chinese Steamed Buns This recipe uses a chicken and chive filling. Place each roll on a separate square piece of foil on the steamer tray At Kobeyaki we have a fresh approach to Japanese cuisine by providing healthy, creative and delicious Japanese food in a fast casual environment. Stir dry ingredients into egg mixture, and whisk until batter becomes smooth.

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In another bowl, whisk eggs, sugar, and honey together. For a sweet filling you can make sweet anko paste or you can make chicken and chives or cha siu filling for a savory flavor. Take one cake and place a heaping tablespoon of Anko and cover with another cake. Transfer to a plate and cover with a wet paper towel. If you are not using a bread machine, knead the dough on a lightly floured board until smooth.

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