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Takoyaki takes about 10-15 minutes to cook and is done when the outside is light brown and crispy. You can extend the time if you like a crispy texture. But be careful not to burn and remember to flip it frequently.
How to make a takoyaki mixture?
The takoyaki mixture is made of Dashi powder, flour, octopus, baking powder, eggs, salt, and soy sauce. Or you can skip the batter step and find takoyaki mix in the shop.
How to make takoyaki balls?
1 Heat up the takoyaki pan and oil each semicircular compartment.
2 Wait for a second, pour the batter into each compartment and fill. It's okay if it spills a little.
3 Add octopus onion and other toppings (to your taste).
4 Once the bottoms of the takoyaki are cooked, you can use a fork to flip them.
5 The octopus balls are done when the takoyaki is light brown and crispy on the outside and flips easily.
How to make takoyaki sauce?
Japanese prefer to buy takoyaki sauce at the store, and you can also find them online and in Asian grocery stores. Takoyaki sauce is a thick brown sauce that tastes very similar to okonomiyaki and tonkatsu sauce, so they can be an alternative.
If you want to make it on your own at home, you will need two spoons of ketchup, one spoon of Worcestershire sauce, one spoon of mirin, one spoon of soy sauce, and two spoons of oyster sauce, and one spoon of sugar.
Can you air fry takoyaki?
If you prefer a crispier crust, then use an air fryer or microwave. Grill the takoyaki in an air fryer at 320℉ for 10 minutes. That is enough to cook a crisp golden brown outer layer.
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