Thursday 29 October 2015

My Okonomiyaki 大阪烧

I have no plan to cook this Japanese pancake or pizza. I just wanted to find a recipe which could help to use up my cabbage in the fridge; and some leftover steamed corn kernels. And I happened to have a fresh bunch of spring onions. Okonomiyaki just flashed across  my mind. So I googled for recipe, did some modifications, and there's my pancake in my plate :)

Yield: one 18cm round pancake

25g water
1/2 tsp glutinuos rice flour

50g top/cake flour
1/8 tsp baking powder
1/8 tsp salt
70g bonito stock*

50g cabbage, shredded
1 tbsp carrot, shredded
1 tbsp steamed corns
1 stalk spring onion, cut
1 tbsp pine nuts, roasted
60g bacon bits

1 egg

* I mix 1 tsp of higashimaru udon soup seasoning powder to 70g hot water.

1. Mix glutinuos rice flour to water, and stir in low heat till the mixture thickens. Set aside.  

2. Mix top/cake flour with baking powder and salt.

3. Pour in the bonito stock and mix well. Avoid over mixing.

4. Add in the glutinuos rice paste from (1).

5. Add in all the vegetables, except the bacon bits.

6. Add in the egg and mix briefly.

7. Heat up about 2 tsp of oil in a non-stick pot at medium heat. Pour in the batter, use a spatula to spread even it. Lower the heat.

8. Spread bacon bits across the top. Use the spatula to lightly press down to ensure they are in good contact with the batter. 

9. Cover and wait till the the batter almost 90% solidify. Flip over and cook the other face.
Insert a stick to check whether the pancake is cooked through. 

10. Mix sweet chili sauce with lemon juice and golden syrup. Drizzle over the top of the pancake. Cut and enjoy :)

Jagabee Okonomiyaki 

50g water
1 tsp glutinuos rice flour

100g top/cake flour
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
140g bonito stock*

120g cabbage, shredded
1.5 tbsp carrot, shredded
3 fresh shiitake mushroom, sliced
1/2 tsp ginger, finely chopped
2 stalk spring onion, cut into 2cm stripes 
1 tbsp pine nuts, roasted
4 long stripes  bacon 
1 small packet Jagabee potato sticks
2 eggs

* I mix 1.5 tsp of higashimaru udon soup seasoning powder to 140g hot water.
Above picture taken from previous recipe.

Follow the above recipe :)

Recipe adapted from

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