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Japanese Soufflé Pancakes

Japanese people love everything fuwafuwa, which means soft and fluffy. I just saw these online and thought they look so fuwafuwa that I had give these a try. And yum were they delicious. I so want to go and try the originals at Gram's Cafe or Shiawase no Pankeeki. Luckily I can do it quite soon!

I have timed the trip in hopes of seeing sakura and mankai (full bloom) to be exact. According to the national cherry blossom forecast, it seems to be quite early this year, so I'm a bit worried if we can see any of the full bloom.

As for the sakura, the timing is crucial with these pancakes too: if you overcook them, they will not be as soft and fluffy but more cake-like and if you undercook them, they will deflate and collapse. I suggest to prepare yourself for a bit of trial-and-error to find out the suitable cooking times for your pancakes. Happy cooking!

Japanese Soufflé Pancakes

Author: Tuulia / KitchenfoxtalesPreparation Time: 10 minCooking time: 15 min
Servings: 2 servingsCalorie…

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