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Dorayaki

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So today I've finally made my firsts dorayaki!
This is how they turned out. Filled some with azuki beans and other with Nutella. They are simply amazing! :D
I've eat them the first time in Japan many years ago, but they were packaged snacks from a supermarket.
These home made are another story :D

I've followed the recipe from this site: www.justonecookbook.com/recipe…


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Image size
1000x667px 647.33 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D3100
Shutter Speed
1/13 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Apr 24, 2014, 4:43:15 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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cutemussy's avatar
cutemussyHobbyist General Artist
I LOVEE and miss Doriyaki! Ahhh Well done Squee Bounce 
reichan79's avatar
I made them yesterday from the same recipe but next time I'm going to use xylitol instead of sugar. First time I wanted to try original recipe but sugar is unhealthy so I'm going to try to do them healthier.

Normally they should be brighter but my looks the same. I think it's the problem with electric stove on 4 was too much on 3 not enough. I hope you know what I'm talking about :).

Nice photo :).
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fotomademoiselleHobbyist Photographer
Hello there, :3 I saw this in the :iconcritique-exchange: so here are some thoughts.
First, the strong points- your lighting is perfect. The image is not washed out nor too dark, so great job there.  Also, great detail; it's almost like I can taste them. making pancaek  Nice setup too. The tablecloth seems to match the flowers and food perfectly.
Now, for my suggestions...I think this picture is almost too crisp- I would suggest focusing in more on a specific area (like either the food, or just the flowers, but not both).  This would make the background blurred out and less of a distraction. Also, you could try adding some grain or marks to the image using gimp or another photo editor to give a sort of vintage feel.  This photo is physically arranged so nicely that I wish there was something in it to make it stand out a little more.  So anyways, that's my suggestions. Hope this was helpful. turquoise heart bullet  Keep up the great work!
munchinees's avatar
OMG!! You're making me hungry :drool:
I tried haskap berry flavour and it tasted so good!! :faint: