How to Make Japanese-Style Pancakes | Eat the Trend

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Japanese-Style Pancakes
From Heather Platt, POPSUGAR Food

2 large eggs
3/4 cup buttermilk
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
2 tablespoons vegetable oil

In a blender, add eggs, buttermilk, sugar, vanilla, and salt. Blend on the lowest speed for just a few seconds until combined. Add flour, baking powder, and baking soda. Continue blending for 15 to 20 seconds or until the batter is completely combined.
Heat a sauté pan over medium low heat and using a pastry brush, brush the inside of a ring mold with oil. Add remaining oil to pan and place the ring mold in the center of the pan. Let heat up for a few minutes and then pour the pancake batter into the mold until it is half full. Be careful to not add too much because the batter will expand and spill over the side.
Cook the pancake for 4 minutes or until bubbles start to form on the top of the pancake. Use a spatula to carefully flip the pancake and mold over and continue cooking for an additional 3 minutes, or until the bottom of the pancake is golden brown and the inside is no longer runny. Serve stacked with butter and syrup.

Cook Time: 15 Minutes
Serving Size: 4 Servings

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Comments

AgentNo0ne says:

Bachelor party! #pancakesnstrippers

Steph Rewati says:

Looks great but I though you were suppose to separate the egg white, beat that till it’s stiff peaks the fold that into the batter?

Faeyla says:

Can someone tell me when i can buy these square plates with these high sides?

Jayson Plays Drums says:

Could I use a cookie cutter instead of a ring mold?

Prranjal Shrivaastav says:

you should totally make sausages

Robert Morin says:

More like hockey puck-cakes than pancakes!

Jaedon Ong says:

it would be nice if you closed you mouth while chewing i find it disgusting if girls eat that way it is pure disgusting.

Jimmy UMA says:

ZERO trust on someone “carefully using a spatula to flip the pancake” at 1:28 but clearly destroyed the teflon pan at 1:31 and 1:39

Ibrahim Babar says:

i am going to make them for my best friend ……

my stomach

Katie Lynch says:

I don’t have buttermilk, can I use regular milk??

Drake Sung says:

Were the pancakes you ate from made by you…? Lol

Riley Brill says:

can you make a dount cone

Phan C says:

Lmao when she describes how pancakes are eaten in Japan she makes it sounds like somehow whipped cream, custard, and “even fresh fruit” is somehow exotic. Wtf like Americans do that too….

Adrian Baron says:

Fick das vegane Curry Intro – HOMO”

Forbeszy's Gaming & Paintball says:

Where can I get the ring used in this from?

borevoli77 says:

They don’t giggle like the Japanese ones!! >:(

Adrian Baron says:

Hat sie schnipseln lassen, die Nutte, gell?

Lavender Bishop says:

Seguí tu receta y me quedaron deliciosos, gracias amiga <3

DemoDizzy says:

Whoa I thought you were Yanet Garcia for a second

AngelOuttaFocus says:

Mine were super thick, but raw in the middle. I just split them and put the raw side down on the griddle to finish them off. They still turned out thick and tasty. They were a little more dense than I thought they would be though. They reminded me of a family recipe for Buttermilk Chess pie, but in cake/pancake form.

maria pia says:

I remember ijustine when brandi use the blender to make the batter

Srividya K says:

how yo make these eggless??

Paula Jordan says:

can you mix them together with a whisk

Srividya K says:

how yo make these eggless??

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