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ENGLISH GROUP TASK

GROUP 5
4C

NUR WINDA SARI
NURUL FUADI PRATIWI
RAGEL ELICYA
RAHMAD AFFANDI
REGINA PONSA
RERY KHUMAIRA ZAINAL
RESKY SEBON



SMAK MAKASSAR
2014/2015
(Japanese Red Bean Pancake)

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Purpose



To make a Dorayaki cake
well.
SCOPE AND APPLICABILITY


The following procedure can be used wherever
quality Dorayaki cake. It's good to make dorayaki
on an electric pan so that cakes turn evenly brown.







Introduction
Dorayaki is a pancake-like cake originated from
Japan. If you are familiar with Japanese cartoon
from the 70s, you probably know this dessert
from the anime character Doraemon who is crazy
about Dorayaki. Dorayaki is best described as a
dessert sandwich with anka (red bean filling
between two slices of pancake), and it tastes
sweet. Here's the steps to make Dorayaki.
INGREDIENTS
2 eggs
80 g raw sugar
1 tbsp honey
1/2 tsp baking soda
50 ml water
130 g cake flour
butter
100g red bean paste
50ml whipping cream chilled in fridge
1/2 tbsp sugar
plastic

PROCEDURES
1. Mix the egg, raw sugar, and honey. Add the
baking soda that has been poured with 50ml water.
Mix well.





2. Put the cake flour into the egg mixture
through a sieve. Mix well. Rest it for 30 minutes.
3. Put a little amount of margarine on the pan
and spread it. Turn on the stove.

4. Drop the batter with 3.5 inches diameter for
each pancake. When the bubbles pop up on the
surface of the batter flip it. Wait for about 10
minutes. Take the it and cover with kitchen towel to
keep it moist.

5. Now let's make the filling. Put the whipping
cream into a bowl, then mix with 1/2 tbsp sugar on a
bowl of ice water using electric mixer for about 2-3
minutes.

6. Remove the whipping cream bowl from ice
water. Gently mix it with red bean paste.

7. Take 2 pancakes put the paste between them (with
the light brown side facing up), then lightly press
them into a dorayaki shape. Wrap dorayaki with
plastic wrap until ready to serve.
*Makes 4 or 5 dorayaki cakes.
TIPS
If you want to make the original dorayaki, you don't have to
add it with whipping cream.
Use low heat when making pancakes.
Add some water to the batter to get the ideal thickness. (about
2 tbsp)
Use whisk for mixing the batter.
You can use a paper towel to spread the margarine before
turning on the stove.
Don't forget to make the pancake in even number.(optional)
When resting the batter, you can cover it using plastic wrap.
If you don't eat it on the same or next day (keep it in a cool
place), wrap the dorayaki in plastic wrap and put in a Ziploc
bag to store in the freezer for up to a month.
Enjoy!

Adapted from:
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-
Dorayaki
http://www.justonecookbook.co
m/recipes/dorayaki-japanese-
red-bean-pancake/

THANK YOU