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Taiyaki Pan

Taiyaki Pan

Regular price $ 36.00 USD
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Have a taste of Japan at home with yummy taiyaki waffles!
Taiyaki is a classic Japanese street food. It's a fish-shaped waffle, traditionally filled with sweetened azuki beans (anko) or custard. With the convenient Taiyaki Pan, you can make your own delicious taiyaki at home! Make them with classic anko red bean paste or customize them with your own favorite filling, like Nutella!
Note: Updated model has black handle.

How to make taiyaki:

Recipe (makes 8 to 10 taiyaki):

Ingredients:
  • 250 g anko paste
  • 150 g cake flour 
  • 1 egg
  • 2/3 tbsp baking powder
  • 180 ml milk
  • 40 g sugar
Directions:
1. Add sugar to whisked egg
2. Mix with sifted flour and baking powder
3. Add milk
4. Turn stove on low heat (note: pan is compatible with gas stoves only )
5. Place pan on stove and grease molds with butter or cooking oil
6. Fill molds halfway with mixture
7. Cook one side until bubbles form, then repeat with other side 
8. Add a spoonful of anko red bean paste in two adjacent molds
9. Quickly close pan
10. Cook for 10 to 15 minutes, flipping periodically until golden brown
11. Remove from heat and enjoy!

Details & care

  • Dimensions: 37 cm long x 18 cm wide x 3.5 cm high.
  • Material: aluminium with non-stick fluorine coating
  • Hand wash with a soft sponge. Do NOT wash with steel wool as the coating will be scratched off.
  • Compatible with gas stoves only
  • Made in China

Watch Marc from NoRecipes use our Taiyaki Pan to make these delicious, buttery taiyaki!



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