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Taiyaki and White Bean Paste Recipe (Fish Shaped Cake Filled with Sweet Bean Paste)

Taiyaki and White Bean Paste Recipe (Fish Shaped Cake Filled with Sweet Bean Paste)

We are making delicious white bean paste and Taiyaki, a fish shaped cake filled with sweet bean paste. The freshly made Taiyaki is exceptionally delicious, and it is also fun to make.

Taiyaki and White Bean Paste (Fish Shaped Cake Filled with Sweet Bean Paste)
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Course Dessert
Cuisine Japanese
Keyword authentic
Cook Time 120 minutes
Time for soaking beans in water overnight is not included in cook time.
Servings
pieces
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Course Dessert
Cuisine Japanese
Keyword authentic
Cook Time 120 minutes
Time for soaking beans in water overnight is not included in cook time.
Servings
pieces
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Ingredients
White Bean Paste (approx. 800g/1.76 lb)
  • 250 g White Beans we used daifuku mame, a type of shiro Ingen mame
  • 1000 ml Water for soaking beans overnight
  • Water for sashimizu, adding cold water to boiling water
  • 250 g Granulated Sugar adjust the amount to taste
  • 1 pinch Salt
Taiyaki Batter
Taiyaki Filling
  • 150 g White or Red Bean Paste 30g/1.06 oz for each taiyaki
* 1 tablespoon (tbsp) = 15 ml, 1 teaspoon (tsp) = 5 ml
* The ingredients contain Amazon affiliate links.
Instructions
  1. First, let's make white bean paste for taiyaki. Wash the white beans with water thoroughly and place them in a bowl.
    First, let's make white bean paste for taiyaki. Wash the white beans with water thoroughly and place them in a bowl.
  2. Pour 1000 ml of water or 3 times as much water as the volume of the beans. Soak the beans in the water for more than 6 hours or overnight.
    Pour 1000 ml of water or 3 times as much water as the volume of the beans. Soak the beans in the water for more than 6 hours or overnight.
  3. The soaking time varies according to the size, type, and freshness of the beans.
    The soaking time varies according to the size, type, and freshness of the beans.
  4. When the wrinkles on the skin of the beans disappear completely, transfer the beans and water to a heavy pot.
    When the wrinkles on the skin of the beans disappear completely, transfer the beans and water to a heavy pot.
  5. Turn on the burner and cook the beans on medium heat.
    Turn on the burner and cook the beans on medium heat.
  6. When it begins to boil, add about 100 ml of cold water. This process will help to keep the inside and outside temperature of the beans even.
    When it begins to boil, add about 100 ml of cold water. This process will help to keep the inside and outside temperature of the beans even.
  7. When the water boils again, remove the foam, and reduce the heat to low.
    When the water boils again, remove the foam, and reduce the heat to low.
  8. Cook for 3 more minutes.
    Cook for 3 more minutes.
  9. Then, discard the cooking water to remove any bitterness.
    Then, discard the cooking water to remove any bitterness.
  10. Lightly rinse the beans with water.
    Lightly rinse the beans with water.
  11. Place the beans in the heavy pot, add 800 ml of water, and turn on the burner.
    Place the beans in the heavy pot, add 800 ml of water, and turn on the burner.
  12. Bring the water to boil and add about 50 ml of cold water until it stops simmering.
    Bring the water to boil and add about 50 ml of cold water until it stops simmering.
  13. When the water boils again, remove the foam.
    When the water boils again, remove the foam.
  14. Place a drop-lid in the pot and cover the pot with a lid.
    Place a drop-lid in the pot and cover the pot with a lid.
  15. Reduce the heat to the lowest possible heat, and simmer the beans until softened.
    Reduce the heat to the lowest possible heat, and simmer the beans until softened.
  16. Don't stir while simmering otherwise the beans will break.
    Don't stir while simmering otherwise the beans will break.
  17. These beans are cooked for one and a half hours. Please note that the cooking time varies depending on the size and type of beans. If the beans are above the surface of the water, add extra water to keep them submerged.
    These beans are cooked for one and a half hours. Please note that the cooking time varies depending on the size and type of beans. If the beans are above the surface of the water, add extra water to keep them submerged.
  18. You can easily squash the bean by pressing it, and the skin of the beans is also soft.
    You can easily squash the bean by pressing it, and the skin of the beans is also soft.
  19. When the beans are soft, discard the water and put the beans back into the pot.
    When the beans are soft, discard the water and put the beans back into the pot.
  20. Add one-third of the granulated sugar to the beans. Stir to mix with a heat-resistant paddle while still heating.
    Add one-third of the granulated sugar to the beans. Stir to mix with a heat-resistant paddle while still heating.
  21. Add another one-third of the sugar.
    Add another one-third of the sugar.
  22. Mix evenly.
    Mix evenly.
  23. Add the rest of the sugar and a pinch of salt. Stir to mix well.
    Add the rest of the sugar and a pinch of salt. Stir to mix well.
  24. Test the consistency of the bean paste also known as Anko.
    Test the consistency of the bean paste also known as Anko.
  25. The anko becomes firmer when cooled so reduce the liquid until it begins to slightly hold its shape when you drop the anko from the spatula.
    The anko becomes firmer when cooled so reduce the liquid until it begins to slightly hold its shape when you drop the anko from the spatula.
  26. Place the anko on a baking tray. Distribute the anko on the tray.
    Place the anko on a baking tray. Distribute the anko on the tray.
  27. Tightly wrap it with a plastic wrap and let it sit cool at room temperature.
    Tightly wrap it with a plastic wrap and let it sit cool at room temperature.
  28. Next, let's make the taiyaki batter. Beat the egg in a bowl. Add water to the egg and stir to mix.
    Next, let's make the taiyaki batter. Beat the egg in a bowl. Add water to the egg and stir to mix.
  29. Sieve the cake flour, baking soda and sugar into another bowl.
    Sieve the cake flour, baking soda and sugar into another bowl.
  30. While stirring the flour mixture with a balloon whisk, pour the diluted egg in the center.
    While stirring the flour mixture with a balloon whisk, pour the diluted egg in the center.
  31. Gradually blend in the flour from the center to the outside and combine the mixture thoroughly.
    Gradually blend in the flour from the center to the outside and combine the mixture thoroughly.
  32. This will help avoid pockets of dry flour and you will get a smooth taiyaki batter.
    This will help avoid pockets of dry flour and you will get a smooth taiyaki batter.
  33. Let's make the Taiyaki. Lightly heat both sides of the taiyaki pan.
    Let's make the Taiyaki. Lightly heat both sides of the taiyaki pan.
  34. Thinly coat the inside of the pan with vegetable oil. This pan can make 2 pieces of taiyaki at a time.
    Thinly coat the inside of the pan with vegetable oil. This pan can make 2 pieces of taiyaki at a time.
  35. Ladle the batter into the taiyaki molds.
    Ladle the batter into the taiyaki molds.
  36. Place the white bean paste and packaged red bean paste in each batter.
    Place the white bean paste and packaged red bean paste in each batter.
  37. Pour the batter over the bean paste.
    Pour the batter over the bean paste.
  38. Close the taiyaki pan and flip it over.
    Close the taiyaki pan and flip it over.
  39. Occasionally flip the pan over and cook until both sides of taiyaki become golden brown. You may want to open the pan to check the color of the taiyaki while cooking.
    Occasionally flip the pan over and cook until both sides of taiyaki become golden brown. You may want to open the pan to check the color of the taiyaki while cooking.
  40. Remove the taiyaki with a bamboo skewer and trim off the edges.
    Remove the taiyaki with a bamboo skewer and trim off the edges.
  41. Enjoy the taiyaki while they are still hot.
    Enjoy the taiyaki while they are still hot.
Recipe Notes

A tip to making delicious bean paste is adding the sugar in 3 steps after the beans become soft completely. If you add the sugar while the beans are still firm, the beans will stay firm even if you cook them for a longer time.
This white bean paste contains bean skins, allowing you to taste the whole beans.
When you freeze the bean paste, divide it into smaller pieces and store them in the freezer.
You can use a pressure cooker to reduce the cooking time of beans. Follow the instructions of your pressure cooker.
To make regular anko, sweet red bean paste, check out our Ogura Butter Sandwich recipe.

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