Here is a simple recipe which should please <a href="Oyster Culture“>Lou-Ann who loves her oysters!
It will also help friends who are looking for new okonomiyaki recipes!
Okonomiyaki with Oysters!
INGREDIENTS: for 2 people?
-All-purpose flour: 2 cups/400 cc
-Water: 1/2 cup/50 cc
-Lotus root: 5 cm wide slice, peeled
-Cabbage: 2~3 leaves
-Oysters: 12 large (without the shells!)
-Salt & Pepper: as appropriate
-Sauce: of your choice: Worcester sauce, Bulldog sauce, BBQ sauce or a combination of soy sauce, Worcester sauce, bulldog sauce and mustard.
-Mayonnaise: as appropriate
-Chili pepper powder: as appropriate
-In a large bowl mix the flour, egg and water well first.
-Grate the lotus root and add to the batter and mix.
-Cut the cabbage leaves and leeks in 5cm long strips. Add to batter and mix well.
-Pour oil in a large frypan. Heat the oil, then reduce fire to small. Drop 3:5 of the batter in frypan. Add the oysters (clean and thoroughl drained) on top.
-Cover the oysters with the remaining 2/5 of batter.
-Cook for 8 minutes. Do not pres on top!
-Turn over and cook for 5 more minutes.
-If you are not satisfied with the colour, cook for a little while more on both sides.
-Slide okonmiyaki onto a serving dish. Brush with plenty of sauce. Top with mayonnaise and chili pepper powder!
Great with beer!
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6 thoughts on “Okonomiyaki with Oysters”
Thank you for sharing.
You are most welcome, my friend!
It pleases me mightily! Thanks so much for sharing this delicious recipe, I’m only sorry I didn’t stop by sooner as I’d have the chance to make it that many more times. It looks absolutely amazing!
Very simple actually!
Will come up with another oyster recipe soon!
This has been one I’ve been wanting to try and make. I just need to find the proper ingredients. Yum!!!
I’m sure you will come up with something better!