Takoyaki (Japanese confectionery)

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Japanese snacks such as Takoyaki are a favorite of children. Because both the crispy on the outside and soft on the inside of the dough and there are various fillings to choose But these fillings can only be found in ufabet Thailand. If you go to Japan or abroad, you can only eat squid takoyaki. That’s because the word “taco (たこ)” in Japanese means octopus. Yaki is fried. When taken together, it means fried squid itself. Since the name is exactly this size, the filling would be impossible. Takoyaki is a round crispy fried snack inside with squid and soft batter, paired with salty and fragrant takoyaki sauce, topped with seaweed and dried bonito flakes.


  • Boiled Giant Squid
  • egg
  • spring onion
  • All Purpose Flour
  • plain water
  • vegetable oil


  • Takoyaki Sauce
  • mayonnaise
  • dried bonito
  • seaweed powder

How to make

The first step is to cut the squid into small pieces that fit the size of a word first. Then Soi Ton Onion Choose only the white stalks. the smell is not strong Then turn to mix the flour by pouring water into the container. Followed by eggs and then beat the eggs into the good water. After that, add the wheat flour, gradually adding the flour, little by little, alternating with the people until you are sure that the dough has reached its place. Takoyaki flour is not sticky. It will be a little liquid.

Heat up the takoyaki pan, then apply a thin layer of oil and put some flour in the batter about evenly, then add the squid and the chopped green onions. Wait until the outer edges are crispy and turn golden, gradually use chopsticks or skewers to tilt the raw dough inside to flow out. Let the dough rest for a moment.

The edges begin to turn yellow and add more raw flour. Leave it for a while until the dough begins to brown again. Use a wooden cut to divide the dough and fold it into a rounded hole and turn it to remove the uncooked part on the bottom. Keep turning until the dough is crispy all over the ball. Ladle onto plates and sprinkle with mayonnaise, takoyaki sauce, seaweed, and finish with dried bonito flakes. Eat hot.