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 How to make Okonomy yaki [bánh xèo]

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Bài gửiTiêu đề: How to make Okonomy yaki [bánh xèo]   Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:49 pm

Okonomiyaki aka Japanese Pizza


means "whatever you like, grilled in Japanese". It's one definition of
"Japanese pizza" because, well, it does kinda look like pizza, and you
eat it like one too.

Today we'll be making Osaka-style Okonomiyaki. It's also popular in
Hiroshima, but it's a little harder to make and doesn't appear to pay
off much more in the taste department!

1 cup flour
3/4 cup dashi (or water, see below)*
1 egg
1/8-1/4 of a cabbage

Toppings - any of the below:
Roast pork or beef
Squid, Octopus, other seafood

Garnishing - any of the below, if you can find it and actually want it:
Katsuo-bushi (dried bonito flakes)
Sakura-ebi (dried shrimps)
Beni-shoga (red ginger)
Ao-nori (green seaweed)

Okonomiyaki sauce (or tonkatsu sauce)

* Dashi is Japanese stock, used in heaps of different recipes. When
made up it smells like smoked fish and seaweed. You can buy it from
oriental grocers in sachets that come in boxes like the one to the
right of the beer in the picture above. Just mix up a bit with some hot
water. If you can't find it, it's okay - just use water.

Step 1

So firstly grab that cabbage and chop it up finely. Better to have
too much than too little because it shrinks a little as it cooks, and
it's mega cheap anyway. Get out as much of the white stem parts as you

Step 2

Now break an egg into a large bowl and pour in the dashi/water, and the flour.

Step 3

Then beat with a whisk until smooth.

Step 4

Now add some of the finely chopped cabbage and mix as best you can. It should end up looking like this.

Step 5

Heat up your skillet, electric fry pan, grill, whatever you're going
to use to cook this baby. Preferably use something that's got teflon on
it :-)

Step 6

Now prepare your toppings. I'm using Chinese BBQ pork slices, a
little bell pepper, some onion, mushrooms, parsley and spring onion.
Just chop it all up good.

Step 7

Throw it all in the fry pan with some oil (sesame is good) to keep
it all well-lubed. Cook until either heated through or in the case of
raw meat or veges, for a few minutes until it's getting close to being

Step 8

Arrange the nearly cooked toppings in a round...

Step 9

Then throw the cabbage/dough mixture on top, also in a round!

Step 10

Turn up the heat a little to medium and let that bad boy cook
through for 5 minutes or so. Then flip it. In the picture below, I had
to cut the round in half to flip it, which doesn't matter because we'll
be cutting it into pieces later anyway. You could always make two
okonomiyaki instead!
Let it cook for another 5-10 minutes. You can break away a bit of the
dough bit when it doesn't look raw any more and see if the cabbage and
dough is cooked through.

Step 11

Flip it out onto a plate and cover liberally with Okonomiyaki sauce and mayonnaise!

Step 12

Cut, serve and savour! Bon apetit.

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