2 to 3 oreo cookies - remove the cream layer inside the oreo cookies.
60g white chocolate
1. Place flour, sugar, salt in a food processor and process to mix, then add butter and milk. Re-process the machine and run until blended well (until the dough turns like a crumbly ball).
2. Transfer the dough on a lightly floured surface and knead it to shape into a circle. Roll out the dough to about 0.3 to 0.5 cm thickness square shape and cut them into a long stick shape using the knife.
3. Place them on the baking sheet you prepared.
4. Bake them for about 8 to 10 mins preheated oven (180℃). Let the pocky cool down completely.
5. Process the cookies to a fine crumb in a food processor. Set aside.
6. Melt the white chocolate in a hot water bath (50℃), brush the chocolate all sides of pocky, let the excess drip off. Immediately sprinkle oreo crumbs over the chocolate. Repeat all pocky to finish. Place on the plate and chill until chocolate has set.
1. Add all the ingredients in the pan of your bread machine. Add yeast in the yeast compartment. Select dough cycle and press start as per manufacturer's instructions.
2. When the dough cycle is complete, remove it from the machine and place it on a floured surface.
3. Punch the dough down and divide it in 6 pieces. Cover it with a dry cloth. Let it rest for about 15min.
4. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough back and forth, shaping it into a flat oval. Arrange on lined baking trays. Slash cut each in the middle, using a bread Scraper. Cover and let rise for 40~60min in a warm place or until the dough has doubled in volume.
5. With a pastry brush, gently brush the surface with egg.
6. Gently place each sausage on the bread.
7. Pour mayonnaise and ketchup and sprinkle aonori or basil (the one you like).
8. Bake in a preheated 180℃ oven for about 12 min. Remove from the oven and let it cool down on a wire rack.
1. In a bowl whisk together eggs, sugar and salt using a hand mixer.
2. In a small cup, dissolve matcha powder (1/2 tbsp) in hot water (1 1/2 tbsp). Set aside. In a heat safe bowl, add the milk and microwave for 1 min at 600W. Add the dissolved matcha into the milk. Mix well.
3. Slowly pour the milk into the egg mixture from #1 gradually and mix well.
4. Add the sifted flour and mix well until the batter is integrated.
5. Strain the crepe mixture twice through a fine sieve. Add the melted butter to the mixture and mix well. Cover with plastic wrap and let it sit at room temperature for about 30min to 1h.
Cooking the crepes :
6. Heat a 16~17cm non-stick pan on medium heat (a different size of pan will yield different number of crepes and need different amount of batter per crepe). Once the pan is hot, reduce the heat to low, brush with oil and remove the excess with a paper towel (a thin application, only the first time is fine).
7. Pour 2~3 tbsp of batter into the heated pan and swirl the pan to coat evenly.
8. Once the batter is dry and the edges start to brown, flip the crepe with your hand. Let it cook on the other side for a few seconds. Then transfer to a plate to cool down.
Repeat until all of the batter has been used.
9. Once cooled completely, use a 15cm round plate or cake bottom as a guide and cut off crepe in excess.
Putting it all together :
10. Whip chilled Whipping Cream (320g) for a few second, add granulated Sugar (60g), and sifted Matcha Powder (1 tsp) until stiff peaks form.
NOTE : if your cream is less than 35% fat, then I recommend to add whipped cream stabilizer (I used cremfix here). In case, mix cream stabilizer and sugar together in advance. Add when your cream is getting a soft peak.
11. To assemble, spread a good amount of cream evenly over one crepe. Cover with another crepe. Repeat until all the crepes have been used. Finally cover top and sides of cake with cream. Sprinkle shaved white chocolate. And dust with a dash of matcha powder (if you like).
12. Let chill in the fridge for a few hours until it has set.