What are Japanese Souffle Pancakes also known as Fluffy?
They are very fluffy pancakes, but very fluffy, airy and have a sparkling sound when you cut them, if it is the first time you try to make them stay "stucco".
By: Sweet Shades & Delights
- 30 g flour
- 2 eggs
- 2 g chemical yeast
- 25 g sugar
- 17 g milk
Did you know that?
The secret lies in airiness; are super ariosis, like souffle. When you cut the pancakes, you can also hear the air bubbles bursting!
To make the soufflé pancakes, in a bowl, add the flour, yeast, vanilla and milk. Then separate the yolk from the egg white and add the yolks to the mixture. Mix.
In another bowl with a whisk whipped the egg white, then add the caster sugar to the egg white. Mix.
Incorporated into the egg white mounted the compound made with eggs. Stir gently.
Heat a pot over a moderate heat and butter it; with the help of an ice cream scoop/spoon formed balls. Then add some water and cover.
Cook each side 5/7 minutes.
The milk bread is soft as a cloud, it is prepared with the tang zhong method, that is, a "cream" made with milk and flour, letting it thicken and then letting the mixture rest that will then add to the dough.
They are delicious for breakfast with jam, nutella or homemade hazelnut cream with a little icing sugar or maple syrup. "Well the choices are really many" They are yummy even for snacks along with a delicious ice cream.