Mini okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes)

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    Okonomiyaki pancakes are probably the the easiest Japanese dish you’ll ever make! And you can make them with just about any vegetable (and even meat) you have in your refrigerator now.  Okonomiyaki literally means ‘grilled as you like it’ and is great any time of day.

    Mini okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes)
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    These Osaka-style pancakes are often made with cabbage or spring onion, topped with a strong, sweet okonomi sauce (similar to barbecue sauce) and striped with Kewpie mayonnaise.
    Servings Prep Time
    12 People 35 Minutes
    Cook Time
    20 Minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    12 People 35 Minutes
    Cook Time
    20 Minutes
    Mini okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes)
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    These Osaka-style pancakes are often made with cabbage or spring onion, topped with a strong, sweet okonomi sauce (similar to barbecue sauce) and striped with Kewpie mayonnaise.
    Servings Prep Time
    12 People 35 Minutes
    Cook Time
    20 Minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    12 People 35 Minutes
    Cook Time
    20 Minutes
    Ingredients
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    Instructions
    1. Step 1 : Place the zucchini and onion in a bowl with 1 tsp salt, then toss to combine and set aside for 20 minutes to draw out liquid. Squeeze out the excess liquid and discard.
    2. Step 2 : Sift the flour and baking powder into a bowl. Add the egg and 2 tbs cold water then season and lightly whisk until thick and smooth. Add the zucchini mixture, then stir to combine.
    3. Step 3 : Heat the oil in a large frypan over medium heat. Working in batches, drop tablespoonfuls of batter into the pan and cook for 3 minutes each side or until golden and cooked through.
    4. Step 4 : To serve, top each pancake with 1/2 tsp barbecue sauce, stripes of mayonnaise, pickled ginger and togarashi, if using.
    Recipe Notes

    Kewpie Sweet, tangy Japanese mayonnaise in a squeeze bottle.
    Togarashi Japanese 'sprinkles', made of chilli, sesame, seaweed and more.

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