Goldfish Low Gluten Noodle
Stuffing (red bean paste, cranberry jam, meatloaf optional)
The Quickie Breakfast‼️ Snapper Teriyaki‼️ Good Luck for Every Year
Prepare a breakfast maker.
Melt the butter through the water, mix all the ingredients together and blend smooth until grain free, if time allows you can let the batter sit for 40 minutes to an hour, put it in a piping bag or measuring cup.
Install the snapper teriyaki molds for the breakfast maker, rub a little melted butter on the molds with kitchen paper, and start preheating.
-You can also use a grease brush to apply a thin layer of oil, but personally I find that using kitchen paper rubs in less oil.
Pour the batter all over the fish heads and bodies first.
Cover and heat for two minutes.
Open the lid and add the cranberry dessert.
-You can put in red bean paste, meat loaf, cheese, purple potatoes and mahjong dessert …….
Pour another layer of batter to cover the cranberry jam and drizzle the finned fish tails with the batter as well.
Close the lid and continue to heat for 4 minutes.
When time is up, the breakfast maker makes a crisp dinging sound.
Flip it over and see.
The snapper teriyaki is ready, and if you like the crispy exterior texture, you can reheat it for another 1-2 minutes for a result like the snapper teriyaki in the top right of the picture.
The amount of ingredients makes three.
Cut up, cranberries, tart and sweet.
-The filling is not limited, usually make more red bean paste, but you can also make an ice cream filling, you’re in charge of your snapper teriyaki!