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CookKing F2P Taiyaki Japanese Fish-shaped Pancake Double Pan, Made In Korea

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  • Taiyaki - Japanese/Korean fish shaped waffle filled with the sweet red bean paste. Other common fillings may be custard, chocolate, cheese, or sweet potato.
  • Product Dimensions: cast aluminum - 6. 5" X 6" X 1. 5" Bakelite handle - 8"
  • Fish-shaped snack size: 5" X 3"
  • Made in Korea

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Teriyaki (taiyaki, lit. "Baked sea bream") is a Japanese fish-shaped waffle. The most common filling is Red bean paste that is made from sweetened azuki beans. Other common fillings are custard, chocolate, and cheese.


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Christina
4.0 out of 5 stars Smaller than I thought...
15 November 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name: RegularVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Smaller than I thought...
Reviewed in the United States on 15 November 2017
I've never made Taiyaki before and I was excited to try to make them! I did see some people say that it's best to use on a gas range (for even heat) but we only have a smooth glass top electric range. You *can* use an electric range, just be aware that the pan can easily overflow (and in my case burn on the glass...ugh...). My first attempt at making these was a complete train wreck. >_____< I did not realize how shallow the fish part of the pan was, so when I went to fill it with batter and then put the Nutella filling in and then cover it up again with batter, it overflowed everywhere and ended up leaking out of the pan onto my range. It was a hot mess (get it?). Needless to say, I learned from my experience and the second batch came out a lot better (see picture! I filled it with strawberry preserves!). I highly recommend using a measuring cup with an adjustable spout for easy pouring. I actually used a smaller version of this one. [[ASIN:B00ARTMB88 Chef'n SleekStor Pinch+Pour 4-Cup Measuring Beaker with Lid (Arugula)]] It made pouring the batter much much easier into the pan, since you can more easily control how much goes in by pinching the measuring cup to adjust how wide the spout is (which I learned the hard way how much batter to use!). >____<

My only real gripe with this pan is that the hinges are very loose....? I was taking it aside to spray it with cooking spray and the pan just separated and fell apart into my sink!!! I'm not sure if I got a faulty one or if it's supposed to come apart so easily, but I was lucky it didn't fall onto my feet!! @_@

Clean up was very easy. The pan did show a bit of wear already from flipping. I did see someone recommended putting a flat skillet under it to prevent overflow (which I wished I would have read beforehand!).

It does come with a recipe on the back of the box, but I ended up using one of my favorite blogger's recipes here: https://www.justonecookbook.com/taiyaki

If you don't like red bean paste (like me), you can use a lot of other types of fillings: Nutella, peanut butter, fruit preserves, custard, etc. I hope my review helps someone! ^____^
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DD
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice pan, but seems to have some durability issues
14 November 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice pan, but seems to have some durability issues
Reviewed in the United States on 14 November 2018
Overall I quite like this item. It's fairly easy to use, not much different from a waffle iron really. And waffle and/or pancake batter both work great for making the taiyaki (although I think waffle is a bit better), not sure how the recipe that comes with it is though as I haven't tried it yet. Of course my taiyaki aren't perfect, but it's all trial and error and attempting new things until I learn how to make them better.

It's also very easy to clean, the non-stick coating works great and I haven't had any issues with stuff sticking to the pan. The two halves also come apart fairly easily by just opening it beyond 180° and go back together just as easily, simplifying the cleaning process even more.

My main concern with the taiyaki maker though is that so far it doesn't seem like it's going to be very durable in the long run. When I first took it out of the package, it seemed fairly high quality, however after only 3 uses of it so far I'm already seeing damage. I attached images to show what I'm talking about, but parts of it are already flaking off and look like they're getting worn down. You can see it most prominently along the edges on both sides, but it's also happening even on the backs of the molds and the base of the handle. The only place I haven't seen any damage is on the inside itself, where the batter is poured. I've also been making sure to follow the instructions in using and cleaning the pan correctly. It's only been used on low heat and I have only washed it by hand.

I've really liked making and trying out taiyaki with this iron, however I'm worried that it's not going to last for too long...

Also full disclosure, I am giving this review as part of the manufacturer's rebate program, however I was only asked to give an honest review, not necessarily a positive one.
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Aaris Delilah
4.0 out of 5 stars One missing feature.
7 June 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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4.0 out of 5 stars One missing feature.
Reviewed in the United States on 7 June 2018
I wish these came apart like the regular taiyaki pan from the same company. That would be easier for cleaning. Otherwise, it is exactly the same.

The little ones are so cute and fit well in my 14 month old's hands. For reference, each little fish mould is about 1.5" tall and just shy of 2.75" nose to tail. They are about as thick as they are tall.

I found a recipe online for the batter and put a halved, one inch slice of banana in each and they turned out perfect. They come right out of the pan with a light oiling. I used coconut oil.
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32 people found this helpful
LeQuanda
3.0 out of 5 stars Mixed Feelings
17 July 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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5 people found this helpful