1 Cup All-Purpose Flour 12 oz (340g) Unsalted Butter 2/3 Cup Powdered Sugar 2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder 1/2 Tsp Ground Cardamom 1/2 Tsp Ground Cinnamon 4 Wafer Sheets PREPARATIONS: None. DIRECTIONS: 1- Heat flour over medium heat in a pot for about 10 minutes or until it turns darker, keep stirring while heating. 2- Add unsalted butter to the pot gradually. Stir until well combined. 3- Strain powdered sugar into the pot, stir thoroughly. 4- Strain cocoa powder and add to the mixture. Continue stirring until well mixed. 5- Add ground cardamom and ground cinnamon to the batter and stir well. 6- Heat for few more minutes. 7- Take a wafer sheet, top with a thin layer of the batter and spread evenly. 8- Place another wafer sheet on top and press down. 9- Continue step 7 and 8 for as long as the batter lasts to make few more layers. 10- Top the last layer with a wafer sheet. 11- Allow the batter to cool down for about 10 minutes. 12- Slice wafer in small pieces.
MIKADO WAFER CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Mikado wafers are good to have next to a morning coffee or an afternoon tea. Wafers are high in calories and can give you energy when you need some but they are not really nutritious. Since commercially produced wafers are mostly made by artificial ingredients, they are always best made at home to at least cut the extra trans fat and add a little nutritious value. 3.5 oz (100g) of mikado wafer has 568 calories and 435 calories from fat. Depending on the size of a slice, a wafer can weigh from 10 to 30g each.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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