FOOD

Takoyaki Party-4 Types of Takoyaki

Upgrade this delicious Japanese street food with sweet and savory flavors.

FOOD

Takoyaki Party-4 Types of Takoyaki

Upgrade this delicious Japanese street food with sweet and savory flavors.

Ingredients

Mentaikoa koyaki

  • 50 grams takoyaki batter mix
  • 150 grams water
  • 1/2 egg
  • 20 grams mentaiko (salted pollock roe)
  • 6 small cubes cream cheese
  • Takoyaki sauce

Mini Omurice

  • 1 1/2 eggs
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 20cc milk
  • 50 grams cooked rice
  • 1 teaspoon ketchup
  • 4 mini sausages

Chocolate Banana Castella

  • 50 grams pancake mix
  • 40 grams milk
  • 1/2 egg
  • 1/2 banana
  • 4 pieces chocolate
  • Chocolate sauce
  • Dried raspberry flakes

Matcha Adzuki Cake

  • 50 grams pancake mix
  • 40 grams milk
  • 1/2 egg
  • 1 tablespoon matcha powder
  • 30 grams anko (sweetened adzuki bean paste)
  • 6 pieces shiratama (mochi)
  • White chocolate

Steps

Mentaikoa koyaki

  1. To make each version of takoyaki, combine wet ingredients together and pour into takoyaki molds.
  2. Add in solid ingredients and cook until done.
  3. Once bottoms have dried, flip each takoyaki over and cook until they are done.
  4. Transfer to serving plates and serve with sauce.

Mini Omurice

  1. To make each version of takoyaki, combine wet ingredients together and pour into takoyaki molds.
  2. Add in solid ingredients and cook until done.
  3. Once bottoms have dried, flip each takoyaki over and cook until they are done.
  4. Transfer to serving plates and serve with sauce.

Chocolate Banana Castella

  1. To make each version of takoyaki, combine wet ingredients together and pour into takoyaki molds.
  2. Add in solid ingredients and cook until done.
  3. Once bottoms have dried, flip each takoyaki over and cook until they are done.
  4. Transfer to serving plates and serve with sauce.

Matcha Adzuki Cake

  1. To make each version of takoyaki, combine wet ingredients together and pour into takoyaki molds.
  2. Add in solid ingredients and cook until done.
  3. Once bottoms have dried, flip each takoyaki over and cook until they are done.
  4. Transfer to serving plates and serve with sauce.