Dorayaki fillings

Dorayaki is a popular Japanese confection that consists of two small pancake-like patties made from sweetened batter, with a filling sandwiched in between. The filling can vary, but typically includes a sweet red bean paste called “anko” or “azuki.” However, there are also many other delicious fillings that can be used to create a unique and tasty dorayaki experience.

One popular filling is “matcha cream,” which is made from sweetened whipped cream blended with high-quality matcha powder. Another popular option is “custard cream,” a sweet and creamy filling made from egg yolks, milk, sugar, and cornstarch. “Chocolate cream” is also a favorite, made from melted chocolate and heavy cream.

For those who enjoy fruit flavors, “strawberry cream” is a delicious option. It is made from sweetened whipped cream blended with fresh strawberry puree. “Chestnut cream” is another popular filling, made from sweetened chestnut paste mixed with whipped cream.

Dorayaki can be found in many Japanese sweet shops and supermarkets. Some famous places to buy dorayaki include Usagiya in Tokyo and Kamo Kyoya in Kyoto. Alternatively, dorayaki can also be made at home using a simple batter recipe and your favorite filling.