Recipe of Quick Light, Fluffy, and Soft Kansai-Style Okonomiyaki

Light, Fluffy, and Soft Kansai-Style Okonomiyaki
Light, Fluffy, and Soft Kansai-Style Okonomiyaki

Hey everyone, it is Jim, welcome to our recipe page. Today, we’re going to make a distinctive dish, light, fluffy, and soft kansai-style okonomiyaki. It is one of my favorites. For mine, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious. However, eating okonomiyaki is different from eating ordinary Japanese food. Okonomiyaki are Japanese savoury pancakes packed with flavour and SO easy to make!

To get started with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have light, fluffy, and soft kansai-style okonomiyaki using 10 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Light, Fluffy, and Soft Kansai-Style Okonomiyaki:
  1. Get 200 grams Plain flour
  2. Take 250 grams Japanese dashi stock
  3. Make ready 350 grams Nagaimo yam
  4. Get 3 Eggs
  5. Prepare 1/3 Cabbage
  6. Prepare 1 Squid
  7. Take 200 grams Thinly sliced pork belly
  8. Prepare 1 Japanese leek
  9. Make ready 50 grams Red pickled ginger (optional)
  10. Prepare 1 Tempura crumbs
Instructions to make Light, Fluffy, and Soft Kansai-Style Okonomiyaki:
  1. Make dashi stock (I used dried bonito, konbu and stock powder) and leave to cool. Chop the cabbage and pickled ginger. Slice the Japanese leek. After preparing the squid slice into thin batons (7 mm x 2-3 cm). Cut the tentacles into the similar sizes. Cut the pork into bite sizes or leave as they are.
  2. Mix the flour with dashi stock and beaten eggs in a bowl. Peel and grate the nagaimo yam and add to the bowl. Mix in all the ingredients except the pork.
  3. Heat vegetable oil in a non-stick pan and pour the batter. Fry over medium to high heat for about 3 minutes (don't cover or touch).
  4. Place the sliced pork on top. Shake the pan and remove the okonomiyaki bottom from the frying pan. Flip over when the edge of the batter starts to brown (the batter is quite runny, so it might be difficult.)
  5. After flipping over, cover with a lid and reduce heat to low. Fry for about 6 minutes and flip over when the bottom of the okonomiyaki is evenly browned. Cover with a lid and fry for another 3 minutes. Uncover and fry for another 3 minutes. Done!
  6. I noted the cooking time as 3 min → 6 min → 3 min → 3 min but my husband usually doesn't use a timer! When both sides are nicely browned like the top photo, it's ready. In the last 3 minutes, uncover and fry until crispy. This okonomiyaki has lots of nagaimo yam so the fluffy and soft texture remains even after cooking too long.
  7. Serve with your favorite toppings.
  8. My husband may change the ratio or ingredients in the future, so I will keep you posted.

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