My aunt told me about these popular Kyushu Pancakes (九州パンケーキ) and sent me several packages for me and JOC readers to try!
The ingredients used in this pancake mix all came from different regions within Kyushu. Wheat flour (小麦粉) is from Oita, sugar from Okinawa and Kagoshima, red rice (赤米) from Fukuoka, germ rolled barley (胚芽押麦) from Saga, glutinous millet (もちきび) from Nagasaki, black rice (黒米) from Kumamoto, rice (うるち米) from Kagoshima, and sprouted brown rice (発芽玄米) from Miyazaki.
The texture of the pancakes is unique with slightly grainy texture from 7 kinds of grains. They are not bothering at all and the pancakes are so fluffy and moist and they were really delicious!
If you are in Japan, you can purchase this pancake mix from Amazon and Rakuten. It’s so popular that my aunt had to wait after ordering them.
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