EASY OKONOMIYAKI RECIPE – BBC FOOD
Each serving provides 360 kcal, 17.5g protein, 35g carbohydrates (of which 17.5g sugars), 15.5g fat (of which 3.5g saturates), 5.5g fibre and 2.5g salt.
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Provided by: Rachel Phipps
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cook time: 30 minutes
Yield: Serves 2
|1½ tbsp tomato ketchup|
|½ tbsp Worcestershire sauce|
|2 tsp runny honey|
|1 tsp dark soy sauce|
|3 large free-range eggs|
|3 tbsp plain flour|
|½ tsp sea salt|
|½ tsp dark soy sauce|
|½ tsp toasted sesame oil|
|2 large spring onions, thinly sliced|
|275g/9¾oz white cabbage, shredded|
- For the okonomiyaki sauce, whisk together the tomato ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, honey and dark soy sauce in a small bowl until combined. Set aside.
- To make the okonomiyaki batter, whisk together the eggs, flour, salt, soy sauce and toasted sesame oil until smooth.
- Fold the spring onions and cabbage into the batter until everything is well coated.
- Heat enough oil to just cover the bottom of a large frying pan over a medium–high heat until shimmering. Line a warmed plate with a couple of sheets of kitchen paper.
- Spoon some of the cabbage mixture into the pan into pancake shapes that are about the size of your palm. Press down with the back of the spoon and fry until golden-brown on each side, flipping halfway. Transfer the pancakes to the kitchen paper to drain.
- Fry in batches until you’ve run out of mixture – you should get about eight pancakes.
- Serve the pancakes drizzled with the okonomiyaki sauce.
Calories 360kcal, CarbohydrateContent 35g, FatContent 15.5g, FiberContent 5.5g, ProteinContent 17.5g, SaturatedFatContent 3.5g, SugarContent 17.5g
OKONOMIYAKI PANCAKE RECIPE | BBC GOOD FOOD
Provided by: Rosie Birkett
Categories: Dinner, Main course, Supper
Total time: 40 minutes
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes
|100g plain flour|
|½ tsp baking powder|
|1 egg , lightly beaten|
|100ml cooled fish stock , vegetable, chicken or dashi stock|
|1 baby potato , peeled and grated|
|¼ white, pointed or sweetheart cabbage , shredded|
|1 spring onion , finely sliced|
|thumb-sized piece ginger , grated|
|1 tsp soy sauce|
|1 tsp mirin|
|100g lightly cooked squid , king prawns or octopus (or some of each)|
|vegetable oil , for frying|
|3 tbsp ketchup|
|1 tbsp brown sauce|
|1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce|
|½ tbsp soy sauce|
|½ tsp mirin|
|1/ tsp honey|
|1 tbsp mayonnaise|
|dried bonito flakes|
|powdered seaweed or togarashi seasoning|
|sliced spring onion|
- Combine the flour, baking powder, egg and stock. Mix until smooth, whisking out any lumps without overmixing. Add the potato, season with a little salt and white pepper, cover and rest for at least 2 hrs.
- While the mix is resting, combine the ingredients for the sauce, stirring until it’s smooth. Set aside.
- Remove the batter from the fridge and add the cabbage, spring onion, ginger, soy, mirin and chosen seafood. Stir to thoroughly coat the mix in the batter.
- Heat a thin layer of oil in a frying pan on a medium heat. Pour the mixture into the pan, keeping it as circular as possible. Fry for 3-5 mins. Use a palette knife to help you flip it over and cook for a further 3-5 mins, using a lid at intervals to trap the heat so it cooks through. Test to see if it’s ready by sticking a chopstick into the middle. If it comes out dry, it’s ready.
- Flip onto a board and serve with the sauce and garnishes to taste. Eat straight away.
Calories 630 calories, FatContent 38 grams fat, SaturatedFatContent 3 grams saturated fat, CarbohydrateContent 52 grams carbohydrates, SugarContent 9 grams sugar, FiberContent 4 grams fiber, ProteinContent 18 grams protein, SodiumContent 2.1 milligram of sodium