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Learn How to Make Green Tea 붕어빵/たいやき

I absolutely love this fun Japanese/Korean treat, so I decided to make it myself!

Here's a quick how-to :)

Here's a totally simple green tea boongeobbang/taiyaki recipe :)

Serves 8~

Mix these:

180g Milk
1 Egg

Then these:

150g flour
2/3tbsp baking powder
as much green tea powder as you see fit!

Mix together!

Fill the mold up half-way, add your filling, finish filling up the mold, and cook!

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I want to try this!
could you please show us pictures of each step? :3 I'd like to try doing this!
The video shows all the steps, its rreally a super SUPER easy recipe^^
Oh! haha I overlooked the video,sorry thanks.
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