dora cake recipe

Dora Cake Recipe | How to make eggless dora cake

Dora Cake Recipe

Dora cake is basically a sweet pancake from Japan which gets its popularity from the very famous cartoon character Doremon.  These pancakes are very easy and simple to make. The soft and fluffy pancakes are sandwiched with the use of some spread. You can use chocolate spread, hazelnut spread, jam or even peanut butter. Dora cakes are loved by kids. Even adults, such as me, love it. The best part about this dora cake recipe is that it is the recipe for eggless dora cake. These are very easy and simple to make and are sure to be liked by the kids. Other than that dora cakes can also be prepared as evening snacks or to settle the little hunger pangs of the little ones.

Dora Cake Recipe: Ingredients required

All-purpose flour: Maida is required to make dora cake. All-purpose flour gives absolutely light, so soft and spongy dora cakes. You can make these pancakes using whole wheat flour, the texture would differ.

Condensed milk, heavy cream, water: These are the liquid ingredients required to make dora cake.

Baking powder and powdered sugar: Baking powder is the leavening agent used. Powdered sugar has been used to add sweetness to the dora cakes.

How to make dora cake?dora cake recipe

Tips and tricks to make perfect dora cake:

Perfect dora cake is sweet, absolutely soft and very light. Following points should be kept in mind to make perfect dora cakes

  1. The consistency of the batter is important. If the batter is too thin dora cake won’t get the proper shape. Also, it won’t be spongy. And if the batter is too thick it will make dense dora cakes.
  2. Do overcook the dora cakes. Overcooking the pancakes makes crisp dora cakes.
  3. Do not use excess spread. The dora cake is sweet by itself. Do not add too much of spread. Otherwise, the dora cakes will be too sweet.

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You might also like whole wheat pancakes. Other than these you might also like our collection of eggless cakes recipes.

How to serve Eggless Dora Cake?

Serve these as evening snacks to the kids with a glass of milk.

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Dora Cake Recipe

1.This recipe makes 6-8 small dora cakes.

dora cake recipe

2.In a mixing bowl add 1 tbsp melted butter.

dora cake recipe

3.Next, add in 2 tbsp heavy cream.

dora cake recipe

4.Followed by 2 tbsp of condensed milk.

dora cake recipe

5.Add ¼ cup powdered sugar.

dora cake recipe

6.Mix till lump free.

dora cake recipe

7.Whisk the mixture for 4-5 minutes.

dora cake recipe

8.Till it is smooth and light.

dora cake recipe

9.Next, add in ½ cup all purpose flour (maida).

dora cake recipe

10.Add ¼ cup water.

dora cake recipe

11.Mix.

dora cake recipe

12.Add ½ tsp baking powder.

dora cake recipe

13.Mix everything till smooth.

dora cake recipe

14.Heat a non-stick pan. Wipe the pan with a moist paper towel.

dora cake recipe

15.Pour 1 & ½ tbsp or 2 tbsp of batter.

dora cake recipe

16.Cover the pan with lid.

dora cake recipe

17.After a couple of minute, bubbles appear on the top.

dora cake recipe

18.Flip the dora cakes.

dora cake recipe

19.Cover and cook.

dora cake recipe

20.Cook till the other side gets brown.

dora cake recipe

21.Let the pancakes cool down. Put a layer of spread of your choice on one of the pancakes. Cover with another pancake.

dora cake recipe

22.Serve.

dora cake recipe

23.Bon appetite.

dora cake recipe

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