Fluffy Japanese Pancakes

high rise pancakes
High rise pancakes
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Ingredients

2 Large eggs
7 oz Whole milk
1 tsp Vanilla extract
1⅔ cups All-purpose flour
1¾ tsp Baking powder
¼ cup Granulated sugar

Nutritional information

287
Calories
2.7g
Fat
56.2g
Carbohydrates
8.8g
Protein
49mg
Cholesterol
31mg
Sodium
Ingredients

Fluffy Japanese Pancakes

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I call these Fluffy Japanese Pancakes high rise pancakes because they expand as they cook. I use a special cooking mold in the pan to ensure that the pancakes expand upwards rather than outwards. When making these pancakes, use rings molds which measure 3¾ inches in diameter and 1¼ inches in height.

This fluffy Japanese pancakes recipe is really easy to make too. Start by combining all the ingredients in a large bowl to make a batter. Leave to rest for about 15 minutes while you prepare the griddle and cooking molds. Place the molds on the griddle and half fill with pancake batter. Cook on both sides until you have a high rise pancake which easily pops out of the mold. Serve with your favorite pancake toppings ed-hrvatski.com.

To make these Fluffy Japanese Pancakes, you will need the following ingredients:

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Steps to make Fluffy Japanese Pancakes

1

Make batter

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Whisk 2 eggs, 7 ounces of milk and 1 teaspoon of vanilla together in a large bowl. Add 1⅔ cups of flour, 1¾ teaspoons of baking powder and ¼ cup of sugar and whisk until you have a smooth batter. Set to one side to rest and thicken for 15 minutes.

2

Preheat griddle and prepare molds

1

Lightly grease the surface of your griddle and preheat to 300 °F. Spray cooking molds generously with cooking spray.

3

Half fill molds with batter

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Place greased molds on the griddle and fill each one halfway with batter.

4

Cook batter

5

Cook batter until bubbles start to form and burst on the surface of the pancake and the edges look cooked.

5

Flip

4

Carefully slide a large spatula underneath the pancake, until all of the pancake is on the spatula. Or use silicone BBQ and kitchen tongs. Flip the pancake quickly and as it lands back down on the griddle, push the ring mold down firmly to stop the pancake batter from seeping out.

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Continue to cook

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Continue to cook the pancake for a few more minutes. Lift the mold and the pancake should pop out easily.

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Repeat

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Repeat the process with the remaining pancake batter.

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Serve

Serve these high rise pancakes with your favorite toppings.

These simple cute Fluffy Japanese Pancakes are a delicious breakfast option which are bound to get your weekend off to a great start. Try them out soon and please come back to leave a review with your thoughts.

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Recipe Reviews

Average Rating:
(4.9)
Total Reviews: 21
Amalia Bergert

Completely uncooked in the middle I have no idea what went wrong.

Jazlynn Mhoon

Very fattening but also very good dessert or breakfast I just wouldnt recommend making these everyday there is just too much sugar in it.

Aryana Gicker

Will be making a lot more of these they go great with maple syrup, yogurt and even icecream.

Jenny Kastan

Adorable little pancakes they reminded me a bit of strawberry shortcake when i first saw them lol.

Isadora Besher

Don't set heat on lowest when making these try putting it on medium heat between 2-4.

Mercy Abramson

Gonna go ahead and recommend what no one would dare say--don't have it with maple syrup, they are already really sweet!!!

Pamela Macgowan

Super!! Thank very much good pancakes.

Maryam Tennesen

Careful with the vanilla extract if you add more than 1tsp the flavor will be so crappy..dont make my mistake.

Maren Lepre

Instead of granulated sugar I used brown and also replaced the whole milk with some coconut milk.

Melinda Heeg

My kids loved these! we shaped them as little hearts and i put some whipped cream on the top too.

Grayson Fezza

Added a few bluberries into the batter turned out delicious will be trying it with strawberries the second time around.

Calista Kurtic

Love me some fluffy sweetness in the morning, best thing ive ever made :)

Robin Seasholtz

Ended up using cupcake tins cause they wouldnt properly cook in the mold cup.

Adilene Pay

Can't get over how fluffy and cute these are! AMAZING recipe.

Micaela Vonkaenel

Yummy and easy to make tysm for share.

RheaZweigart

Used flat pan and deep cookie cutter to make em.

Gretchen Takaki

Kinda hard to make but was decent.

Natalya Longo

Omgg I failed so freaking hard at this lol...my pancake literally just kept flowling so prolly bad molder but man this sucks! will have to try my luck next time hahaha

Lindsey Lincks

FAIR WARNING takes a bit of time to cook them so its gonna be a game of patiences and hardwork but in the end youll be rewarded with a delicious breakfast.

Ariya Sclafani

Mine sadly did not turn out looking that puffy they were actually slightly flat but still had a good taste so i'm not mad.

Athina

Amazing! Thank you!

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