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2013.01.18: Springy onion okonomiyaki pizza

Got my copy of Sakamoto’s cookbook today, and the picture of this looked really good so I might try making it (probably without mochi because I’m too lazy to go buy some). Pro-tip: if you’ve never cooked okonomiyaki before, cook it like you would a pancake.


Sakamoto Masayuki's springy onion okonomiyaki pizza
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Japanese, Fusion
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Serves: 2
 
Ingredients
  • Leeks, 2 (the longer, the better)
  • Miso (red), 2tsp
  • Mirin (rice vinegar), 1tbsp
  • Sake, 1tbsp
  • Sesame oil, 2tsp
  • Ginger, 1tsp
  • Ground meat (your choice), 150g
  • Potato starch, 100g
  • Egg, ½ one
  • Water, 80cc
  • Soy sauce, ½tsp
  • Salt, appropriate amount
  • Mochi, 2cm long ones cut into 5mm slices
  • Cooking oil, ½tbsp
  • Mozzarella (or whatever cheese you watn to use for pizza), 60g
  • Parchment paper, 1 sheet
  • Chili pepper powder, appropriate amount
Instructions
  1. Slice up the leeks, cutting at an angle
  2. Mince the green parts
  3. In a small bowl, mix together miso with mirin and sake
  4. To a pan, add sesame oil, minced ginger, and the minced green parts of the leek
  5. When that's mixed together and cooking well, add ground meat
  6. When the meat changes colour, add the sauce from before
  7. When the sauce is mostly cooked off, the meat is done
  8. In a big bowl, mix together flour, egg, water, soy sauce, salt
  9. When it's all mixed together well, add in one of the chopped up leeks and mochi and coat them well
  10. To a new frying pan, add the cooking oil and okonomiyaki mixture
  11. When one side is fried, flip it and to the fried side, add the meat mixture from before
  12. Add the remaining leeks to the top of that, cover with a lid, and let it cook for 5 minutes
  13. In the pan from before, lay down a piece of parchment paper and add your cheese to that (please use real cheese don't use pizza cheese. Eating pizza cheese is punishment for stealing in some countries) and when it's all melty and sticking together well, check the parchment paper to see if it's fried on the bottom
  14. Turn off the burner the other pan is on, and carefully (pinching opposite sides), lift the parchment paper and dump the cheese onto the leeks
  15. Carefully remove the cheeese from the parchment paper using a spatula
  16. Plate, top with some chili pepper powder

 

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tokaikko • March 3, 2015


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