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Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese pancake that is eaten as a snack. The name is derived from the words okonomi and yaki, which can be loosely translated as grilled as you like’. It consists of a batter with toppings of choice and is grilled on a teppan. You can serve the okonomiyaki as is, but for this component we cut them into circles to use as a side dish or snack.

Recipe for aprrox. 500 grams of batter. 

Okonomiyaki

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Ingredients

250

g

dashi

1

 

egg, lightly beaten

1

tsp

yeast

250

g

flour

1

 

cabbage, any variety

 

 

toppings, as desired

Preparation method

  • Stir together the dashi and the egg in a bowl.
  • In another bowl, sieve together the flower and the yeast and stir in the dashi mixture.
  • Cut the cabbage into the strips and fold these into the batter.
  • Heat a frying pan with peanut oil.
  • Spoon a layer of batter of about 2 cm thick into the pan and bake in about five minutes on each side until crispy and cooked through. 

Serving suggestions

  • As a snack or lunch dish.
  • Serve with tonkatsu sauce and Japanese mayonnaise.
  • As a base for a vegetable dish. 

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