it was different but always yummy. I did put homemade mayo and hot sauce on the first batch, which was great. These were delicious! Your picture reminded me of latkes but I thought for sure you’d say they were some sort of fritter. Excitement. Yes Sabine, Trader Joe’s Vegetable Bird’s Nests – not shabby at all. Extra points for using the mandolin and vegetable peelers and eating kale! Just when I was making the grocery list you post this! It was super easy to throw together.. thank you for this wonderful recipe! Inexpensive too. Ten to fifteen minutes from freezer to plate. and she always serves them with a dumpling-style dipping sauce. I have no idea, but they’re definitely going into my regular rotation – I like things I can freeze for later, and my toddler likes things he can dip in ketchup. I feel your pain. My mom makes them thin and crisp the way you do, with a high ratio of veggies to batter too. Nov 4, 2017 - gobble, gobble. Thanks for the great recipe. <3. I have a favorite restaurant that does great Okonomiyaki and which inspired me to make it at home from scratch with grated Nagaimo yam, but I have since found that Otafuku brand Okonomiyaki flour is just as good if not better than from scratch, and ever so much easier; basically just chopping cabbage and mixing. congratulations for including a savory dish for a change. I think I’m making these for dinner tonight! Hi Deb, Hi, My best friend who is Japanese taught me to make okonomiyaki and it has been my “I don’t feel like grocery shopping lazy evening” fallback dinner for at least 10 years. Hi Deb Recipes. I should also say that we love them and have made them several times in the last few months with various CSA veggies. We loved them more each time–and decided they pretty much tasted like a naked egg roll! The proportions of veg to flour to egg were just right. Roast for 25 minutes, sprinkle the garlic evenly on the vegetables, and roast for another 5 minutes, until the vegetables are cooked through. – to reheat these, instead of putting them in the oven, I put them in a dry, nonstick frying pan. So. Deb and Charity, another vegetarian alternative to Worcestershire sauce is mushroom ketchup. I have made these a few times already. But it’s also your blog, so make whatever the hell you want. The second memory was walking all over Kyoto with my husband and two sons (several years later). It's hard to get through fall without encountering more than a few roasted vegetable salads. can you suggest somthing else, zuccini may be? I had never thought of cabbage, which I love, in a pancake. eagerly awaiting noshing these gorgeous looking things for dinner tonight. My recipe calls for 2 eggs and 3 cups of grated vegetables. Plus, the image of a flying spaghetti monster may have just made my week :) Thanks as always. Love love love this, Deb! No modifications needed for a great meal, although we prefer a spicier sauce so we use the 1 tbs honey (as instructed) and some extra fresh ginger. Quite quick to make too. If not sooner, becasue all I awnt to do is run home tonight and make them immediately, but meal planning is already done for the week. Like veggie pakora! My husband and I started researching this mysterious Japanese deliciousness, and when it came to figuring out dinner Monday night, we tackled it. Sometimes, you just need some space, right? What timing! Ohhhhh Deb, I know how it feels to diligently plan out the most gorgeous recipe that you just KNOW is going to turn out perfect and then have it flop in every way shape and form. It’s so much more appealing! I had these street-side in Tokyo last year, they’re packed with cabbage and have a zig-zag of Japanese mayonnaise on top. Thanks for the recipe — delicious and cheap! Thanks for posting. Hiroshima style is thin batter-only crepes topped with soba noodles, topped with the cooked down cabbage and other good stuff, and you can still make it “as you like it” like the name of the dish, but I think it’s especially amazing with some chewy melty mochi thrown in there along with some cheese and an over-easy egg. We were starving and finally found sustenance at a stand that made takoyaki. Didn’t make the sauce but drizzled a little soy sauce over the pancakes. Made them tonight and my whole family loved them. and your okonomiyaki sauce IS AWESOME!!!!!! Even my son preferred this newcomer version. I usually make them on the smallish side and serve them to guests. Kale is too bitter” enjoyed them! Broccoli Rabe3 17. One year ago: Warm, Crisp and a Little Melty Salad Croutons and Chocolate Buckwheat Cake If we feel super indulgent, we also like to put bacon on the griddle before the batter goes on so it gets a bacon crust on one side (a recommendation that came from the mixes package directions), and we top them with Otafuku brand Okonomiyaki sauce, Kewpie mayo, dried kelp flakes, boniti, and scallions. I was actually reading through the comments on this old post JUST to see if someone would mention those TJs birds nests and confirm that this is similar! Thank you! Made these tonight for my family of 3 and barely rescued a few for my lunch tomorrow before they were devoured!! And I definitely recommend the addition of pork belly, bonito, and a little bit of mayonnaise! The sauce was a great accompaniment. It’s called Hendersons and is made in small batches in Sheffield. We talk with best-selling author and blogger Deb Perelman of the blog Smitten Kitchen about her tips, tricks and experimentation. As for the rhubarb debacle, i recommend you direct your next torments toward this recipe: They look amazing! I halved the recipe, but used probably 2/3-3/4 cup flour (I have tried these before and didn’t like the runny mess!). love all your recipes and often get inspired to cook from them, greetings from the black forrest, Germany. A good Hack for Japanese BBQ sauce is regular American BBQ with Soy Sauce added. I made these last night and loveloveloved them! Stir in the eggs. Gently press the pancake down flat. If desired, make okonomiyaki sauce: Combine all sauce ingredients in a small saucepan and let simmer for 3 to 5 minutes, until smooth and thick. See more ideas about smitten kitchen, recipes, food. Charity — Anchovies! Your photography is beautiful as well! What substitute would you recommend? I do remember a wonderful evening in Tokyo with friends at an okoyomiyaki joint where we all took turns adding what we liked tot the batter and cooking massive pancakes for each other while drinking cold Kirins on a hot Tokyo night. If you want the sauce to be vegetarian, swap out the worceshire for steak sauce (really, A-1 is vegetarian). Sounds very yummy! PS…wowed the family with brisket and flourless chocolate cake from the cookbook over the weekend. Maybe it’s the rice flour I’m using (Bob’s), or the recipe (rice flour, water, turmeric) could use an egg or something? Need to start cooking more asian food – not just getting takeaway sushi…! This looks so good. Let stock cool and strain into clean containers. Is this at all similar to a Japanese vegetable pancake recipe in the Sundays at Moosewood book? Being eight, he’d likely prefer to have pizza or pasta or a hot dog most nights of the week, but with a little convincing (cough: begging/bribing), he usually tries and warms to new foods. This sounds good-Ihave to try this. I’m terribly sorry I forgot two additions i made. Deb, This looks beautiful. Amazing! I actually got to making the pancakes a few days later, because life is like that, but please don’t wait so long because these are crazy delicious, filling and wholesome, as good as a side dish as they are as a main, topped with a fried egg. Fennel4 13. I LOVED all the fresh veggies and even though they were fried I felt almost like I was eating a well-balanced healthy meal with the eggs and veggies. Hildre — Try using another firm green. This is exciting–I love all your vegetable pancake recipes! They’re beautiful, Deb, and love the chunky texture! What could I sub for the eggs? Again. I threw it together from across the room, and it worked beautifully. Everything turned out great and my dad loved it, though I think next time I might put it in the oven for a bit to crisp them up a bit more to fit my taste or add some potato for a super-vitamin rich potato-veggie pancake :d. These are dangerous! :) I hope you do end up doing a lemon meringue pie…what brought me to this lovely recipe was the mention of lemon meringue in the post! She says it’s important for the texture. shaved fennel and crushed olive salad. By the time you have the batter cooked on that side, the bacon is also cooked–flip to cook the other pancake side. These looks so good and very different from the usual dishes I make. I made this tonight for dinner to go with some salmon. I used all the veggies in the fridge–the last bit of cabbage (about one cup), a half of a fennel bulb, 1 rather tired carrot and part of a bok choi left over from last night´s stir-fry. I have a hard desire to try these in a waffle iron! To make a large pancake, add 1/4 of the vegetable mixture to the skillet, pressing it out into a 1/2- to 3/4-inch pancake. One small confession, I might not have read the directions carefully and forgot the mustard and didn’t cook the sauce (and I didn’t have any rice wine therefore omitted it) and it still turned out delicious. So delicious! landed up with five of these beauties. Becki — I think you could use it. I would like to rail at your publisher for splitting the recipes across pages, rather than starting on the verso, but then I’m reluctant because it’s so great to have multiple photos and your fabulous notes for each recipe and most publishers seem to want to cut back on that. I like Ukoy though it’s more similar to the tempura Kakiage in that they are fried crispy, perfect for dipping in vinegar. Repeat! First, we were watching random YouTube videos of foreign takeout joints with my FIL on Mother’s Day, and we came across an epic okonomiyaki video. I used garbanzo bean flour to make them gluten free and it worked perfectly. Brava. Incidentally, re. Longtime lurker here to say that I am LOVING these savory recipes! Followed this link from facebook and boy am I glad i did! I made these last night, with modifications based on what I had (pea shoots instead of kale, red onion and ginger instead of scallions, and a dash of togarashi to make it even more Japanese-y). Okonomiyaki! I cheated a bit in that we are no-carbs for the time being, and so I skipped the flour. Onions26 27. We make these Japanese noodles that look allot like these veggie pancakes. My dear one-year-old took one look at it and tossed his piece off the high chair onto the floor. It was lovely. Fried it in olive oil and threw another tablespoon of sesame seeds on top. That is crazy, I was just thinking this morning how I’ve never tried to make these excellent little pancakes, and here you are. Thank you for your inspiration. It was sooo good. Although Charleston is full of great places to eat, maybe we’ll hit up a new place this weekend. I have the yeasted waffle batter rising (in my oven where the cat cannot get to it), but this makes me wish I hadn’t already prepped tonight’s brunch for dinner! See more ideas about Smitten kitchen, Recipes, Smitten kitchen recipes. I recently made these (minus the sauce) and they were delicious! Xiao Bao Biscuit is amazing. I’ve been craving these ever since I tried them Japan, but the ingredient list seemed a little intimidating and I was scared of being anything less than authentic… that is, until I saw your adorable adaptation. The batter is very watery. Deb Perelman, award-winning blogger and New York Times best-selling author of The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, understands that a happy discovery in the kitchen has the ability to completely change the course of your day.Whether we’re cooking for ourselves, for a date night in, for a Sunday supper with friends, or for family on … Cucumber21 11. It would ring hollow to pivot away from what I love the most in June — grilled vegetables, summer salads, icy drinks, and birthday cake — for a detailed look at, say, ... ©2009–2020 Smitten Kitchen. I think this is my favorite dish which I saw today. Broccoli12 4. Made one lot with grated Parmesan cheese for kids. into the batter.) That sauce sounds absolutely delicious! i wouldnt suggest putting a fried egg on top of it either, because your recipe already has a lot of eggs in it. We’ve eaten their okonomiyaki and we tried adding a teaspoon of minced ginger to the batter… it was exactly what had been missing. I love the term Japanese Latke. I think my vegetables may have been bigger in size, but there was barely anything holding them together. While the leaves are also edible and a great substitute for hearty leafy greens, like kale or collards, most consume the crunchy interior of the bulb. The 20-something boys ate this up and EVERYONE raved about the sauce. I made this for a lazy New Year’s Eve, and we were astounded! Having a mandoline definitely sped things up and made the vegetables thin enough to hold together in pancake form. Great pancakes. Just made my way here and realized we had very similar rhubarb issues this week: I also added 1/4 teaspoon of Chinese Five Spice to the pancake. Thank you for sharing! How amazing that you can cook such a special dish with simple ingredients and easy guidelines. I also found Japanese latke was pretty much the best way to explain what they were to people. If you are considering this recipe, DO IT! I have experimented by using pancake rings that I set in the pan and stuff the ingredients in so they cook up in a perfect circle..makes for a prettier presentation often kids need that pretty look, well my kids! “…that you find all the minutes between then and when you’re finally able to get to the grocery store an irritant…” You are a gifted and hilarious writer. I do see myself as the vegetable rescuer :). Mine were a little underseasoned I think – they relied on the sauce (which was delicious) for flavour. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. These look so good! The okonomiyaki is beautiful! Thank you. I’m a huge fan of vegetables and I think this recipe will rock my kitchen and my palate as well. Dec 23, 2020 - recipe index. I used what vegetables I had on hand from my CSA, subbing in brussels sprouts for the cabbage and a spring onion for the scallions and they turned out great. Serves 4 Prep 5m Cook 1h . I’ve had these in Japan, they are to die for. This recipe looks interesting and as I live in Costa Rica and cannot get okonomiyaki flour (I still have a little left over that I brought from the States), I will try your version. ), Have you looked at this recipe for rhubarb inspiration. I made your delightfully easy recipe but tweaked it a bit. I love this one. Your food creations are always so interesting! Those crispy edges are the money bits!! I also thought a crispy egg would work well, but will try out the sauces you suggest too, thanks! Love the ingredients! I had never heard of okonomiyaki but these are going to be a staple in our house from now on. Yield: 4 large pancakes or I am really sorry, but I forgot to count, but I’d say at least 12, probably 14, smaller ones, Pancakes Recipes. As today is a day off this is a perfect time to make these little pancake thingies. Also, I have been following SK for a whole year. I got 12, which served 4 when paired with a kale and ginger salad. Thanks for the recipe winner! They bake in the oven super easy and, sorry Deb, look EXACTLY like your little pan-fried lovelies! I used shaved brussels sprouts in place of the cabbage, and purple cabbage instead of kale, and garlic (4 cloves, minced) instead of scallions (trying to use up vegetables I had in the house) — and it was fantastic! See more ideas about Smitten kitchen cookbook, Smitten kitchen… of sauteed shrimp (cut into pieces), and got a dozen 3-inch-ish pancakes. They cooked up beautifully in my cast iron skillet. phew, I was out of breath several times reading this—-such descriptive long sentences in this post. Please try again. Thank you. Delicious. I want to freeze some of these, and it would be really convenient if I could just defrost them whenever I want them and get some sauce out of the fridge. There’s a great recipe for it here if you need:, (Also, Deb: thanks for this recipe, it’s wonderful! A great way to use up late summer vegetables or lots of squash, the slow-roasted method is known to pack flavor and preserve moisture. Stir in the eggs. I’ll be making these immediately! You need pickled red onions on your tacos, pickled celery in your tuna and egg salads, cucumber slices in your potato salads, grapes with your sharp cheeses and pickled carrot sticks in the fridge whenever the mood strikes, and nothing’s ever quite right without them again. Ok now I’m hungry…. My husband and I are participating in a weekly farm vegetable bag program, and I’m so keeping this recipe on file for when the veg starts coming in. Superb. I made these for dinner last night & they are so delicious. Either way, an inspired take on the classic, looks yum. @gaijintendo – not all Okonomiyaki has a pancake base or layering. I love knowing that it’s possible to remake it in my tiny nyc kitchen too hahah. Carrots17 7. Thanks! and i agree with the person who said kewpie mayo and bulldog sauce! Thank you!!!! Don’t be worried that it looks like you made a salad instead of a fritter base, they hold together totally fine during frying. Awesome, I used coleslaw mix, zucchini, onion and carrots. Deb, these are good…but I have a question. Satisfying, yummy and fun! There was still enough oil on them that they didn’t stick at all – they just fried right back up all crunchy. Deb, It adds a subtle earthy sweetness that is a huge complement to the veggies, and doesn’t taste so floury. Cabbage20 6. So he made his beloved Hiroshima Okonomiyaki & I notched up your renegade pancake by adding chopped shrimp. Could you be lazy and use an organic bagged coleslaw mix and just add the kale in? I have the same Japanese mandolin and I love it. The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Wisdom from an Obsessive Home Cook. I am so sorry about the rhubarb meringue tart. Hers has a higher pancake to vegetable ratio, but this looks great and possibly healthier. Hi, I am norwegian and live in spain, I love thhese kind of dishes, but kale is impossible to find here in <<<<. Required fields are marked *. About a year ago I made some grated carrot/zucchini fritter-pancakes because I had zucchini up the ying-yang to use and this is a reminder to work in some more veggie patties! I feel your pain. Great combination. Adults ate them with the dipping sauce (so good, probably will triple the amounts next time), sriracha mayo, and toasted sesame seeds. 30 seconds to 1 minute later, flip the pancake with a large spatula. My husband (who loves all things hot) put some Chinese hot mustard on his and was quite happy! We. Cookie was happy to help clean it up. (If this is terrifying, you can first slide the pancake onto a plate, and, using potholders, reverse it back into the hot skillet.) Big batch, I will freeze some. I’m pretty sure that almost all okonomiyaki in Japan has tempura bits incorporated into the batter, and because these can be pretty difficult to find, fried onions are a good alternative. The New York Times bestselling, IACP award-winning cookbook (and a Cooking Light Top 100 Cookbook of the Last 25 Years) from the celebrated food blogger and founder of These really do look fantastic, so much more veggies than batter. Yes, I’m kidding, although, to be fair, my 8-year-old is a pretty good eater. She isn’t a chef or a restaurant owner—she’s never even waitressed. My favorite part was the end, where she used a giant spatula to flip the okonomiyaki and then shot sauces on top from above her head. Five years ago: Martha’s Macaroni and Cheese and Crispy Salted Oatmeal White Chocolate Cookies Forgot to bring sauce to work for leftovers, but a quick soy sauce/sriracha mix worked super well! (sorry to hear about the dropped pie). Insert the tip of a paring knife into a vegetable piece. The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Wisdom from an Obsessive Home Cook Deb Perelman. I’d guess it would be a bit sweeter than normal, so adding a second spoon of honey wouldn’t be wise. Proudly powered by WordPress. Recipes. Served them with the pot sticker dipping sauce. any-kind-of-fruit galette. I’m realizing that sometimes simple recipes with simple whole ingredients (like these vegetable pancakes) are best for me, my blog and my readers. we gobbled them up. Made these for our latke party tonight, so, so good! Bonus that the ingredients are so economical. It doesn’t really matter, as long as it short ribs… yum! I ask because I had “Hiroshima-Style” okonomiyaki in Japan a few years back a loved it! They make a huge difference in taste and texture. Any chance of another attempt at some point when time has eased the pain? We will definitely be making them again. I want to eat that on everything I ever eat in my future. Also, I live in rural Georgia and grocery shop primarily at Wal-Mart (I know, how depressing, right?). Photo Provided By Smitten Kitchen Linda — My son ate one, which I considered a fair enough amount. That said, my roommates, boyfriend and I love your blog, Deb! P.S. I love okonomiyaki, but also love *cough* lemon meringue and *cough* rhubarb, and I was very sad to hear of the fate of your new recipe. That’s the sauce she told me was the most popular, and very popular with Americans. That made it seem daunting, but your explanation seems very accessible. I made the sauce mentioned and also a mayo sriracha lemon sauce, they went great together. :-). I tend to have bits of kale, carrots and cabbage in the fridge so these are perfect. a beautiful use of fresh produce! 5 lacinato kale leaves, ribs removed, leaves cut into thin ribbons From reading your blog I have developed a taste for all things fritter/latke. Ha! Q:What’s okonomiyaki? So many vegetables! I don’t comment much but I have to rave about this recipe, it’s incredible. This looks fantastic! Looks delicious and perfect with a fried egg. Meanwhile, fill a very large bowl with the hottest tap water and add enough boiling water to bring the temperature … I saw this recipe this morning and made it tonight. It’s actually quite comforting to hear of your kitchen stumbles. It’s so strange how something that didn’t really exist a dozen years ago is EVERYWHERE these days. Its wonderful. c: Add veggies and spices of your choice. Made these with Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-free baking mix in place of AP flour. I have done sushi and sashimi and the soups, but not the pancakes. @Grace In about 1936. I think they will become a favourite accompaniment to many meals. But it reminds me of the Vietnamese “happy pancakes” I tried to make this weekend- they didn’t turn out right- sorta gummy. Will definitely make again. blob of hellman’s mayo No one was any the wiser. They didn’t look like they were going to come together but they were AWESOME. Thanks for a great recipe. My husband and I love okonomiyaki. Sounds delicious, though. These look like a super tasty meal or side. Her period makes her brittle? Oh, hang on, can I really say anything given that most of the recipes I have ever bookmarked are all of the fritter recipes that you’ve posted here? Now we all know what clogs drains and it’s not the ideal accompaniment for your wonderful recipes. Sliced them all thin, mixed them with oat flakes and 2 eggs, browned 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds and put it into the mix along with some tamari and a chopped scallion. Wow, thank you for this recipe! There are brands out there that are made without anchovies and are labeled “vegan” or “vegetarian”. They are amazing!! collard greens with cornmeal dumplings. Thank you for this wonderful recipe! I like this presentation of this recipe. It looks sturdy and I love the color! But you could make this the same way using bone in. There are many recipes on YouTube if you need a visual reference. I also used one cup flour but you could try less. 1/2 small head cabbage, very thinly sliced (1 pound or 5 to 6 cups shreds) which will be easiest on a mandoline if you have one made less confusing, dirty-dish-inducing, and annoying). The hubs is allergic to tomatoes, so instead of ketchup for the sauce we used 1/4 cup of very finely chopped roasted red bell peppers. I’m sorry about your flop – we did that to our broccoli rabe pizza last night – sad! I do have a mandoline and a really good peeler, so the prep wasn’t too bad. The flakes kind of dance around, it was one of the most striking things I saw when I first started eating Okonomiyaki. try red cabbage! Thanks! Got back from Tokyo on Friday and was at the Asian market on Saturday (with jet-lag) to get the ingredients to make these! Yummy veggie pancake with embedded bacon cooked in bacon fat! Leftovers for breakfast. Thanks..loved the recipe and sauce too! I just thinned some regular mayo with malt vinegar, rice wine vinegar and tamari and it was so good! I’ve been in a bit of a “what’s for dinner?” Slump lately, especially as we’ve gone vegetarian some months ago. Okonomiyaki. Any tips for storing the pancake mixture over the course of a few days? Salad Veg. Definitely will make again! [RECIPE] Butternut Squash, Chicken And Wild Rice Casserole, [RECIPE] Spinach-Chorizo Frittata From 'Let's Brunch! I made these for my family, and when we saw the finished stack we thought we would have leftovers for days… 20 minutes later there was ONE left! Made these for dinner with your sesame soba noodles and they were awesome! Hi from Australia! I made these last night and they are SO easy and delicious. Like you said, a breather is definitely needed to regroup and this recipe is definitely a redeemer. These look a lot like the potato latkes I made….. but with so much more wonderful stuff in them, I gave my workmate your recipe and her husband made it. I’ve been in love with okonomiyaki since a semester abroad in Japan 15+ years ago, but even the Tasting Table recipe couldn’t move me to inspiration until it just got Smitten’ed. I added a little Penzeys Sandwich Sprinkle, and soy sauce in the veggies. DELICIOUS and I can’t believe how easy it was! ; Store stock in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks or in in the freezer for up to 6 months. I made these for dinner tonight and they were excellent. Thanks for the fabulous recipe! But surely those gorgeous japanese vegetable pancakes have consoled you – they look just wonderful and I am sure they tasted great. Thanks! MMmm, do those look yummy. I was just diagnosed with gestational diabetes and I thought I’d have to swear off your site for the next three months. This looks amazing but I don’t have a mandolin. You read my mind! Charity – Worcestershire sauce has anchovies in it. 1 1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce (note: this is not vegetarian) It is a regional specialty in Japan, which always contains nagaimo/yamaimo and tenkasu (tempura crumbs – nothing in the Japanese kitchen is wasted). 1 teaspoon soy sauce It spoke to me so much that I felt inclined to write my very first comment (hopefully the first of many). When I do, it’s mostly to check for recipes from years gone by. I’m grateful for this recipe; I love okonomiyaki, but my attempts to make it (such as this one: ) have been less than successful. My husband doesn’t like cabbage, but this just may convert him! Oh, another that made some fabulous soups. We tried a variety of sauces and codiments to go with them. Until, that is, I was inspired to use a hefty bag of oranges I could not resist and along came Muffin Madness. Smitten Kitchen's Crispy Crumbled Potatoes. I do have to say, the Kewpie mayo is a must (in my opinion). FOR THE SAUCE! I used my big measuring cup so it hardly made any extra dishes and made it super fast, and I think it made the pancakes crispier and helped me get away with using fewer eggs (two in a half batch). From this base, only you are limited only by your imagination; I’ve seen versions with everything from kimchi to shrimp or octopus, green onions or pork belly/bacon, but I kept with the relatively earnest version outlined in the newsletter, with cabbage, kale, carrots and scallions. Tasted much better than I thought they would and it is a less boring way to eat the cabbage we have been getting in our produce box. I definitely want to run home and make them right now… but that’s not too surprising, considering I’m at work and not in a massage chair! So thank you for this, and for the cookbook! I added a tsp of sesame oil and one of light soy to the batter rather than salt for flavor. Thanks!! lovely sidedish I can’t wait to try. Yummy sauce, too. I’ve made these pancakes several times … we just can’t get enough. So this is happening tomorrow. sometimes I luv reading you. They were undoubtedly not as pretty as Deb’s, but made for a very quick and delicious weeknight meal. Slightly different, but oh so good! Your email address will not be published. . “okonomi, meaning “what you like” or “what you want.”” I love that! This week has been low on the kitchen creativity front, but I did just make a batch of your cauliflower pesto (but with broccoli because green is good in spring y’know) and my kitchen seems more friendly as a result than it has for days. The sauce is super and easy to whip up – I’d make it in advance with extra feesh ginger and let it marinate.. My husband loved it. A great way to use up late summer vegetables or lots of squash, the slow-roasted method is known to pack flavor and preserve moisture. I love this idea…it’s a great way to get lots of vegetables outside of a plain, old salad. 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