June 24, 2021

Philippine Primer Cooks: Easy and Yummy Okonomiyaki

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  • Okonomiyaki is a savory Japanese pancake or frittata usually enjoyed as a snack. It literally means ‘grilled as you like it,’ and it’s made with flour, meat, seafood, and vegetables mixed together and cooked in a grill. Today, we’re sharing our version of okonomiyaki with you so you can make this popular street food at home.

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    Easy and Yummy Okonomiyaki

    100 g all purpose flour
    100 ml water
    1 tsp Ajinomoto seasoning
    150 g cabbage, shredded
    50 g shrimp, chopped
    50 g squid, chopped
    1/2 lb sliced pork belly
    1 egg
    2 tsp canola oil
    50 ml tonkatsu sauce
    30 g Japanese mayo
    Salt and pepper
    Dried nori flakes
    Dried bonito flakes

    Cooking Directions:

    1. Combine flour, water and Ajinomoto seasoning in a mixing bowl.
    2. Mix the shredded cabbage, squid, shrimp, egg, salt, and pepper.
    3. Combine the batter and cabbage mixture in a large bowl.
    4. After h
    eating oil in a pan, shape the okonomiyaki mixture into a circle.
    5. Place 2-3 sliced pork belly on top of the okonomiyaki and grill it for 5-6 minutes.
    6. When the bottom side is nicely browned, flip the okonomiyaki and repeat step 5.
    7. Once cooked, transter the okonomiyaki to a plate and top it with the tonkatsu sauce, Japanese mayo, dried nori flakes, and dried bonito flakes.

    Makes 1 serving.

                 
               
               
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