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Japanese Twitter user ぼく Boku (@boku_5656) is a "culinary researcher" who posts recipes with cute illustrations on their account.
You may have already heard about incredibly soft and fluffy Japanese pancakes, but the recipe that Boku recently introduced has an added advantage: it's also healthy because the secret to making these pancakes fluffy is none other than... tofu!
Reproduced with permission from ぼく Boku (@boku_5656)
Here's how to make it!
Often, when people make pancakes, they mix the batter until smooth, but this ends up removing many of the air bubbles, which are important for making pancakes tall and fluffy.
Boku's post received a lot of feedback, such as:
According to Boku, "Once you make these soft pancakes, you'll never go back to regular pancakes again!" Of course, it also helps that they're healthier than normal pancakes too, since they use tofu.
If you're curious, why not give it a try?