This is one of the products that I got from the "try the World" box. I thought it would be special if I try to make it for Father's Day. My husband has been to Japan quite a few times when he was still in the Navy so he is used to eating Japanese food. This okonomiyaki kit is very easy to prepare. I like the fact that the instruction is available in four langues including English, which is awesome.
Okonomiyaki i-s a popular dish in Japan. It is an omelette-like pancake made with a variety of savory toppings. The kit includes the basic ingredients needed to make the savory pancakes. The pink bag is the yum powder, the yellow bag is the tempura crisps, green bag is the seaweed.
- Add 3/4 cup of water to a large bowl follwed by the yamn powder and mix until dissolved. Add the okonomiyaki batter mix and blend until dissolved.
I did not have head cabbage in the fridge so I just picked some fresh kale from the garden and chopped it finely. I think I had a cup of kale in there. I added two eggs to the batter and then added the kale and the the tenka or the tempura crisps.
I cut each pancake in four slices and served it with pineapples slices and takaokaya or seaweed.