Finally the weekend is here❤️ This week I replicated another famous Japanese dessert – jiggly soufflé pancakes. 🥞 I first tried these at the Gram cafe in Japan, and oh my, they were moist, soft, airy and not sweet at all.😋 In my recipe, I used three eight whites and 2 egg yolks, which made the pancakes really fluffy. However, if you don’t know what to do with the extra egg yolk🍳, then I would recommend using 3 whole eggs instead🥚🥚🥚The trick here is about making the right size paper moulds and using really really low heat. I have shared how to make paper moulds and my fail attempts in the video. I am a huuuuge fan of #Bruno, I am super excited to test out more Bruno recipes!
Jiggly Souffle Pancake
- 2 Egg Yolks
- 3 Egg Whites
- 10 g Oil
- ¼ tsp Vanilla Extract
- 20 g Milk
- 30 g Flour
- 1 g Baking Powder
- 40 g Sugar
- 1 tsp Lemon Juice
- Butter (or ice cream on the side would be great as well!)
- Icing Sugar
- Maple Syrup
- Cut moulds using baking paper 40*4cm (please watch the video on this one).
- Separate egg yolks and egg whites.
- Add oil in egg yolks, spin the bowl a little to cover yolks with oil.
- Whisk until well mixed.
- Add vanilla extract, whisk.
- Add milk in two times, whisk.
- Add flour and baking powder (remember to sift them) in two times, mix until no lumps.
- Beat egg whites at high speed until foamy.
- Add sugar in two times.
- Add lemon juice in two times.
- Beat until the egg white batter thickens.
- Add meringue into the egg yolk batter into two times, gently fold them together.
- Brush some oil on the pan (I use Bruno here).
- Put the mould in the pan, scoop the batter into the mould, leave 0.5-1cm space for it to raise.
- Sprinkle some water around the cake, bake at low heat for 7 mins on each side.
- For assemble, I use good old butter, strawberries, maple syrup, icing sugar and some mint leaves. But you can use pretty much any kind of fruits, add some ice cream on the side…all up to you .
This is again another perfect afternoon tea recipe because it is so easy and they truly jiggle when you shake the plate a little🤣 My video didn’t do the justice, but hey I tried my best. When you stake all three together, the jiggly effect is cute 🤣🤣 Happy baking