Wednesday, April 28, 2010

White Taiyaki

Have you ever tried white taiyaki?

Taiyaki (literally "baked sea bream") is a Japanese fish-shaped sweet cake. The most common filling is azuki (red bean paste).

The new style of Taiyaki is white. It's batter is made of tapioca which has a mochi-like texture! My co-worker bought 尾長屋 (onagaya)'s famous white taiyaki for us to share: custard cream and sakura bean fillings! You can either serve hot (toasted) or cold (chilled in a fridge).

Anyway, tomorrow, my darling and I are leaving for Hokkaido! I will write about our trip later! I wish I could eat a lot of seafood (especially the crab) there :D

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8 comments:

  1. mmmmm it sounds heavenly but at first i really though it was a FISH! i was thinking "fish stuffed with red bean... YUCK!" hahaha! ;D

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  2. The fish cakes are cute, I agree with Kym fish stuffed with red bean would be yuck!

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  3. Ochi,

    I guess I knew the taste.We had almost the same food here but maybe not in fish shape.

    I love red bean..taste great.

    How your holiday?? Waiting for your post.

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  4. Yep, cute fish cakes Ochi! You always showcase the most delightful culinary cuties! Have fun on your trip!

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  5. Hi Kym,

    Ha-ha! Fish stuffed with red bean sounds yucky!!!

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  6. Hi Jo,

    He-he ;)
    Hope you get a chance to try this out. It was pretty good :D

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  7. Hello jose,

    You have many things available there! Cool!!!
    The weather was bad but the trip was great!

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  8. Hi Nazarina,

    Thanks :)
    I think you can make much more cute ones, Nazarina ;D

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