Obanyaki (Japanese)

batter, sweet azuki bean paste

Imagawayaki (今川焼き) is a Japanese dessert often found at Japanese festivals as well as outside Japan. It is made of batter in a special pan (similar to a waffle iron but without the honeycomb pattern), and filled with sweet azuki bean paste, although it is becoming increasingly popular to use a wider variety of fillings such as vanilla custard, different fruit custards and preserves, curry, different meat and vegetable fillings, potato and mayonnaise. Imagawayaki is similar to Dorayaki, but the …

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Modified Oct. 18, 2020

Created Oct. 11, 2020 by: atasneem

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