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おこのみやき (Okonomiyaki)

Today, I would like to share Japanese style dish recipe. A friend of mine, かない くみ (Kanai Kumi), Invited me to her house for dinner and taught me how to made Okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki is a pan-fried dish with various ingredients. It's a simple dish with cabbage (Chinese yam) in egg, flour batter as the base and than you can add whatever you want on it such as green onion, meat, bacon, octopus, squid, shrimp, vegetable, kimchi, mochi or cheese. In japan, Okonomiyaki is equivalent to combination pancake and pizza in United States.. It's very popular among Japanese. Well... We had a lot of fun that day and I learned a lot too.. thanks Kumi-chan.


2 cup all purpose flour
1 1/4 cup dashi soup stock or water
4-6 eggs
1 - 1 1/4 lb cabbage
6 tbsps chopped green onion

Ao-nori (green seaweed)
Okonomiyaki Sauce (or tonkatsu sauce)
Katsuo (Shaved benito)

All possible ingredient to put into/onto Okonomiyaki:
leek, green onion, sliced beef, sliced bacon, chicken, octopus, squid, prawn, tuna, mushroom, vegetable, kimchi, mochi, cheese, and more. Use your imagination ^^

Put dashi soup or water in a bowl. mix flour and eggs in the soup stock.
Chop cabbage into thin string (4mm) and green onion than add to the batter and mix it finely.
you also may add seafood, ground meat, mushroom, etc into the mix.

How to cook:
Fry the dough like pancake. before turning the okonomiyaki over, while it still soft you may put all ingredient on the top of it. for example sliced bacon or octopus. fry it for about 5-6 mins than flip it and fryfor another 5-6 mins.

To serve:
put the Okonomiyaki on the plate with the ingredient side on top. than spread the Okonomiyaki sauce and mayonaise. sprinkle seaweed, shaved benito. Tadahhhhh~ and get ready to eat.

Trust me .. It's fun to cook this dish .. and you can have it vegetarian too ~

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  • Blogger 'Lil Cookie says so:
    August 8, 2007 at 3:49 AM  

    predi saya lapar top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    October 6, 2009 at 7:31 AM  

    Hai, boleh saya tau dimana saya bisa mendapatkan okonomiyaki sauce and katsuobushi dijakarta? Fortunately me and my boyfriend like very much to this japanza-japanese pizza hehe...

    Kalau ada informasi mengenai kisaran harganya jg boleh.Banyak terima kasih. top

  • Blogger Freddy Tan says so:
    October 6, 2009 at 6:36 PM  

    Hi.. maap aku jg kurang tau di mana bisa dapetin okonomiyaki sauce di jkt. mungkin bisa coba ke sogo yg di plaza indonesia.. di sana banyak jual product2 jepang.. =) top