Okonomiyaki

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Japanese food is definitely on my top things to make. Its versatile, delicious and easy.  Okonomiyaki is one of my go to meals when I crave Japanese. Okonomiyaki can be made just with cabbage but you can add your own twist to it. Try out seafood, chicken, tofu. Get creative!!

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Start by slicing the cabbage. You want the cabbage to be in thinly sliced pieces. For each okonomiyaki you will need about 1 cup of chopped cabbage.

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Slice the some scallions as well. They should also be thinly sliced. Add the scallions to the sliced cabbage and coat the entire thing with 1/2 cup flour.

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Add 1 egg and about 1/2 cup dashi stock to the cabbage mixture. Mix until you get a nice batter the consistency of pancake batter.

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On med-high heat, heat a frying pan and add oil. Place a ladle full of batter into the pan and spread out the mixture with the ladle.

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Fry the okonomiyaki on one side until it gets a nice brown colour. Flip the pancake and fry the other side for 5-7 minutes until the pancake has cooked through. Keep flipping until you get each side nice and brown.

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Once the pancakes are ready, garnish with toppings, Japanese mayo and okonomiyaki sauce. Yum Yum!!

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Recipe from http://letscooking.ca

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. karatefoxcub says:

    That looks amazing, it is now on my to cook list!

    1. HappyEnki says:

      Thanks! I love this recipe. Try more of Hana’s recipes.http://www.hanaetsuko.com/

  2. I ate okonomiyaki at least one time a week when I lived in Hiroshima. Now I’m feeling nostalgic and hungry at the same time! Thanks for the recipe. Do you use a vegetarian dashi stock?

    1. K Lee says:

      I’ve made a vegetarian version for my vegetarian friends. It does give it a different flavour than using bonito dashi but both are delicious. You can even try mixing both dashi stocks until you get a you like!!

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