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Duvel

Duvel

22 minutes ago, TdeV said:

 

Duvel, can you provide a recipe for this scrumptious looking dish?


Sure !

 

Prepare a batter of

 

90 g AP flour

10 g starch

1 egg

120 mL of strong dashi

 

mix with

 

350 g finely chopped cabbage 

(if this is your first one, start with a bit less cabbage, it’ll hold better together that way)

 

and let sit of some 20 min or so. You can add finely chopped onions or some chopped chives as well.

 

Preheat a pan, but some oil and drop a generous amount of the cabbage-batter mix in. I usually prepare a disc of about 20 cm, with 2.5 cm thickness. Add “whatever” (hence the name Okonomiyaki) you like on top and press a bit. Bacon, sweet corn kernels, shrimp  or nothing ...

 

Cover and cook for some minutes at medium heat. Flip carefully, but fast, and cook the other side as well. Disc should be browned on both sides and cabbage cooked but still “al dente”.

 

Dress with Okonomiyaki tare (a thick and sweet soy & Worcestershire-based sauce), drizzle with Kewpie (criss-cross is traditional) and top with Katsuobushi and nori flakes ...

 

Enjoy !

 

 

Duvel

Duvel

10 minutes ago, TdeV said:

 

Duvel, can you provide a recipe for this scrumptious looking dish?


Sure !

 

Prepare a batter of

 

90 g AP flour

10 g starch

1 egg

120 mL of strong dashi

 

mix with

 

350 g finely chopped cabbage 

 

and let sit of some 20 min or so. You can add finely chopped onions or some chopped chives as well.

 

Preheat a pan, but some oil and drop a generous amount of the cabbage-batter mix in. I usually prepare a disc of about 20 cm, with 2.5 cm thickness. Add “whatever” (hence the name Okonomiyaki) you like on top and press a bit. Bacon, sweet corn kernels, shrimp  or nothing ...

 

Cover and cook for some minutes at medium heat. Flip carefully, but fast, and cook the other side as well. Disc should be browned on both sides and cabbage cooked but still “al dente”.

 

Dress with Okonomiyaki tare (a thick and sweet soy & Worcestershire-based sauce), drizzle with Kewpie (criss-cross is traditional) and top with Katsuobushi and nori flakes ...

 

Enjoy !

 

 

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