Featured here is a quarter-eaten Okonomi-yaki, also known as Japanese pizza though it tastes nor looks like one. Sorry I can't help myself before taking a photo! It is one of my food addictions with senbei rice crackers and takoyaki balls.
This being a local bazaar, it is not as authentic, more like a poor-man's version but it'll do. I love to let it sit for a while and see the bonito flakes dance. They wriggle from moisture and heat (I think) and are quite fun to watch. It's a mixture of chopped cabbage and a batter with 2 neatly placed prawns, an egg cracked on top of the cabbage mixture and pan-fried neatly. Drizzle with japanese mayonaise and okonomiyaki sauce on top with the bonito flakes... yum!
Here are some Etsy finds based on japanese food:
(haha I love Calbee)
It looks interesting and I can't imagine at all what it taste like. Those Etsy finds are so interesting :)
Thanks for including my pincushion.
Oh, does that look good..Our youngest daughter would bring many Japanese friends home with her, from college..
so did our number 4 daughter..Well, she learned many dishes..One was made with cabbage..Can I tell you, I couldn't stop eating it..it was wonderful..we topped it off with a sauce too..Always fun trying something new..
Great blog, but now I am hungry..
my goodness, that cigar box is awesome!!!
The cigar box is my favourite!
i want the takoyaki mayo things and the squid on a stick =D
That pincushion is adorable!!!!!!!!!!
What a yummy topic!
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