“Pancake Day” at my home (unexpected combination Azuki & Strawberry ??)


In the UK there is a Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday).
This year( 2021 ), it is February 16th.
Introducing the pancakes we ate that day.

British pancakes


British pancakes are thin and like crepe dough. The traditional way to eat it is to make it without adding sugar, sprinkle it with sugar after baking, and squeeze the lemon.

Pancakes at home


This time I made a gluten-free dough.
I added honey in advance to make a slightly sweet dough.
The scent of butter is very good.
And I topped it with Azuki (red bean paste), strawberries, bananas and cheese.
The combination of Azuki and strawberries is very good.
There is a very popular Japanese sweet called Ichigo Daifuku in Japan.

This pancake recipe

Ingredients(4 piece)

80 g gluten free flour
20 g tapioca powder
120ml milk
1 egg
20 g honey
1 tsp. Baking powder
1 tbsp. Salted butter


Step 1


Mix flour , tapioca powder, milk , egg , baking powder.

Step 2


Set to medium heat and put 1/4 butter to the frying pan.

Step 3

Put 1/4 of liquid in a frying pan and spread it thinly.

Step 4

Turn it over when it gets a little coloured.
Bake both sides.
Repeat this 4 times.

Step 5

It’s done by topping with your favourite ingredients.


My children used to eat chocolate crepes with their favourite Nutella.
We enjoyed the delicious pancakes.


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This blog was created with the concept of having many people enjoy Japanese cuisine overseas. Here are some simple Japanese recipes. In addition to that, I would like to tell everyone that Japanese ingredients are available overseas. And I want to spread the fun of Japanese culture to the world.


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