My oven had broken down…!! I can’t bake until Tuesday as this is long weekend and no-one could come down and have a look at it.
Since I can’t use the oven, I’ve made something using the stove – this custard dorayaki. … They look like pancake sandwiches :p
Dorayaki is one of Japanese sweets which usually contains azuki bean paste inside. My husband doesn’t like azuki bean paste, and custard is much easier to make, so I went with custard dorayaki.
I don’t like it too sweet, so if you like sweet custard add more sugar to the recipe.
- Milk 100ml
- Granulated Sugar 20g
- Egg Yolk 1 (L size)
- Plain Flour 10g
- Condensed Milk 5g
- Vanilla essence few drops
- Whisk egg yolk and sugar in a mixing bowl. Shift in the flour.
- In a sauce pan, warm up the milk. (not too hot, around 36℃) Pour the warm milk into the egg mixture through a sieve. Stir. Pour the mixture back into the pan, and heat over low heat. Stir constantly. Heat until the custard thickens. Off the heat, and add condensed milk & vanilla essence when the custard is slightly cool. Mix well, and cover tightly with plastic wrap. Keep refrigerated.
<Dorayaki> makes 16 mini pancake = 8 dorayaki
- Plain Flour 100g
- Baking Powder 1 tsp
- Honey 2 tbs
- Sugar 2 tbs
- Milk 4 tbs
- Egg 2
- Mix everything in a bowl. Heat a small frying pan, spray with oil, and pour a small ladle of mixture to make a small pancake. Repeat until you use up all the mixture.
- Once the pancakes are cooled down, spread custard cream between 2 pancakes. Serve immediately.