The doriyaki now in Japan come in many favors also. I try the vanilla cream, chocolate, green tea,ect. At home I use pudding fillings,frosting and fruit jams too. Great and easy snack.Elaine
elainesuperb idea. thanks
Doriyaki!!!Awwww....the ultimate food which kept Doraemon alive...haha:)These are so cute, and I liked the way you placed them in a fan-like way:)Sometimes I call them the mini version pancakes for Doraemon, but seriously these looks great....I've seen them in Jusco's La Boheme...in peanut, red bean, kaya flavors...and chocolate I think:D
Hi Lily, I follow your blog with great interest and have made some todate. Just thought I mention its actually called Dorayaki.
jennythanks for pointing my typo
Lily - your blog is fantastic. It reminds me of the recipes that my mom and my dear auntie Lin make from the home land. Of course, they have kept many of their recipes a secret, and now I have them! :) Keep up the good workHungry Galmykindoffood.blogspot.com
Ooooh this creation sounds wonderful and so are your moon cakes!!!!
Dear Lily,My daughter brought home this dish from a Vietnamese restaurant call Bun Chay. It rice noodle sheets slice call Bun with shredded carrots, cucumber, bean sprouts salad. The bun in center of dish and vegetable around the side serve with nanm sauce as dipping. Up to person fine chop peanut,chinese parley too. The noodle is Chee Cheng Fun.Erica
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