How to Make Pocky

Growing up in the Bay Area there's no shortage of Asian markets to buy Pocky, after eating a pack the ingredient list scared me into making my own.

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How to Make Pocky Recipe
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185 grams o' flour drop into mixer with dough attachment. If you don't have a scale for baking buy one. 1 cup is never 1 cup..

185 grams o' flour drop into mixer with dough attachment. If you don't have a scale for baking buy one. 1 cup is never 1 cup..

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Add 1/4 tsp salt

Add 1/4 tsp salt

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And add 13 grams powdered sugar to the mix and stir it up

And add 13 grams powdered sugar to the mix and stir it up

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Tahini sauce- it's a paste made from sesame seeds and adds a nutty background.

Tahini sauce- it's a paste made from sesame seeds and adds a nutty background.

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Mix 16 g tahini with 25 g honey

Mix 16 g tahini with 25 g honey

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1 7 g  packet yeast use 6 g

1 7 g packet yeast use 6 g

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Mix lukewarm milk with yeast stir let dissolve

Mix lukewarm milk with yeast stir let dissolve

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25 g soft butter

25 g soft butter

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Mixed with the Zest of 1/2 an orange.

Mixed with the Zest of 1/2 an orange.

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Mix up all wet ingredients into dough then add butter with orange zest and  60 ml water to mix.  Combine into an elastic doughy blob. Add a pinch of flour if dough is too wet.

Mix up all wet ingredients into dough then add butter with orange zest and 60 ml water to mix. Combine into an elastic doughy blob. Add a pinch of flour if dough is too wet.

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Bag and fridge for an hour

Bag and fridge for an hour

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After an hour Remove dough and knead it around a bit cut dough in half work with one part at a time.

After an hour Remove dough and knead it around a bit cut dough in half work with one part at a time.

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Roll the dough to less than 1/4 inch and cut into strips. Transfer to greased cookie sheets or parchment paper put in oven for 10-15 minutes at 350f

Roll the dough to less than 1/4 inch and cut into strips. Transfer to greased cookie sheets or parchment paper put in oven for 10-15 minutes at 350f

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They should be golden and crispy, make sure they snap and are not soft in the middle.

They should be golden and crispy, make sure they snap and are not soft in the middle.

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Melt 6 oz dark chocolate in the microwave for a minute.

Melt 6 oz dark chocolate in the microwave for a minute.

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I put the chocolate on a plate to make it easier to smear around and would dip several In at a time.  Make sure to leave one end free of chocolate to act as the hand hold

I put the chocolate on a plate to make it easier to smear around and would dip several In at a time. Make sure to leave one end free of chocolate to act as the hand hold

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Whip up some  heavy cream and before it fully thickens add 3/4 tbsp coconut extract and 1 tbsp powdered sugar.

Whip up some heavy cream and before it fully thickens add 3/4 tbsp coconut extract and 1 tbsp powdered sugar.

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Pipe into a serving dish. I used a ziplock bag with the corner cut off just remove air before twisting it up to pipe out.

Pipe into a serving dish. I used a ziplock bag with the corner cut off just remove air before twisting it up to pipe out.

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I topped some of the pocky with whip cream and toasted coconut

I topped some of the pocky with whip cream and toasted coconut

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Here's where I copped the recipe: http://www.notquitenigella.com/2008/12/01/pocky-christmas-forest-white-christmas-dark-christmas-chili-chocolate-honeycomb-and-green-tea-pocky/

Here's where I copped the recipe: www.notquitenigella.com/2008/…

Ingredients

185 Grams All purpose flour 
13 Grams Powdered sugar 
Tablespoons Milk lukewarm 
16 Grams Tahini 
25 Grams Honey 
¼ Teaspoons Salt 
60 Grams Water 
6 Grams Yeast 
25 Grams Butter 
6 Ounces Chocolate 
½ Zest of mandarin orange 
Toppers 
1 Cup Heavy cream 
¾ Tablespoons Coconut Extract 
1 Tablespoon Powdered sugar 
2 Tablespoons Sweetened Coconut toasted 
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