Japanese-Style Pancakes. I want to go to here. Ingredients: eggs, buttermilk, sugar, vanilla, salt, flour, baking powder, baking soda, and vegetable oil.

Japanese-Style Pancakes. I want to go to here. Ingredients: eggs, buttermilk, sugar, vanilla, salt, flour, baking powder, baking soda, and vegetable oil.

Japanese-style pancakes are taller and fluffier than regular pancakes. They make a fun weekend breakfast treat!

Japanese-style pancakes are taller and fluffier than regular pancakes. They make a fun weekend breakfast treat!

If anyone’s wondering, these were just made in rice cookers. You just hit the white rice cycle three or four times until the pancake is thoroughly cooked. There’s actually a Japanese cooking blog that detailed all kinds of variations like making cheesecakes and pancakes with fruit filling and stuff like that.

If anyone’s wondering, these were just made in rice cookers. You just hit the white rice cycle three or four times until the pancake is thoroughly cooked. There’s actually a Japanese cooking blog that detailed all kinds of variations like making cheesecakes and pancakes with fruit filling and stuff like that.

What’s difference about these hot cakes? Well, they are similar to American pancakes, but are a bit fluffier and have a little more sweetness. The eggs are beaten in a hand or stand mixer until foamy to create an extraordinary fluffy texture. Hot cakes are a popular breakfast treat in Japan and often prepared using...

What’s difference about these hot cakes? Well, they are similar to American pancakes, but are a bit fluffier and have a little more sweetness. The eggs are beaten in a hand or stand mixer until foamy to create an extraordinary fluffy texture. Hot cakes are a popular breakfast treat in Japan and often prepared using...

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