Extra thick and fluffy Japanese Style pancakes Unlike anything you've ever had before and so good!!

Extra Thick and Fluffy Japanese Style Pancakes

Extra thick and fluffy Japanese Style pancakes Unlike anything you've ever had before and so good!!

Japanese-Style Pancakes. I want to go to here. Ingredients: eggs, buttermilk, sugar, vanilla, salt, flour, baking powder, baking soda, and vegetable oil.

Japanese-Style Pancakes

Japanese-Style Pancakes. I want to go to here. Ingredients: eggs, buttermilk, sugar, vanilla, salt, flour, baking powder, baking soda, and vegetable oil.

Breakfast will never be the same with these towering pancakes.

Fluffy Japanese Pancakes

If anyone’s wondering, these were just made in rice cookers. You just hit the white rice cycle three or four times until the pancake is thoroughly cooked. There’s actually a Japanese cooking blog that detailed all kinds of variations like making cheesecakes and pancakes with fruit filling and stuff like that.

If anyone’s wondering, these were just made in rice cookers. You just hit the white rice cycle three or four times until the pancake is thoroughly cooked. There’s actually a Japanese cooking blog that detailed all kinds of variations like making cheesecakes and pancakes with fruit filling and stuff like that.

Okonomiyaki - Delightful savory Japanese pancakes made from an easy to make batter, cabbage and bacon topped with Japanese mayo and okonomiyaki sauce.

Okonomiyaki (Savory Japanese Pancake)

Okonomiyaki - Delightful savory Japanese pancakes made from an easy to make batter, cabbage and bacon topped with Japanese mayo and okonomiyaki sauce.

Savoury and satisfying Japanese pancakes are a simple, frugal meal with just a few ingredients. Simplicity at its best! #vegetarian‪‬ ‪#‎dairyfree‬ #recipes

Basic okonomiyaki

Savoury and satisfying Japanese pancakes are a simple, frugal meal with just a few ingredients. Simplicity at its best! #vegetarian‪‬ ‪#‎dairyfree‬ #recipes

Japanese Hotcakes | Kirbie's Cravings | A San Diego food & travel blog 880 cal for whole recipe if substitute sugar cut into 4 220 cal slices

Japanese Hotcakes

Japanese Hotcakes | Kirbie's Cravings | A San Diego food & travel blog 880 cal for whole recipe if substitute sugar cut into 4 220 cal slices

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