字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント everyone, Welcome back to the Japan Guide Kitchen. A little side project in would be focused on simple Japanese recipes to try at home. Today we're going to make okonomiyaki. A savory Japanese pancake will need cabbage, clean flung eggs, stock powder, sliced meat, cheese, okonomiyaki sauce, mayonnaise cut to a bush shavings, vegetable oil and a spatula for flipping. Okay, I'm gonna get started by slicing the cabbage and putting it aside. Next, we're going to make a batter first. Makes the flower with stock powder, then at the eggs and water and mix until smooth. When that's done at the cabbage into the Batta, mix them all up nicely and transfer about 1/4 off the mixture into another bowl. All right, I'm ready to make my pancake. The beauty off okonomiyaki is that you can put whatever you think tastes good into the mixture. Well, most things, anyway, you can go with other kinds of meat, seafood or more vegetables of you. What? I'm gonna go with sly sport and cheese first, then the heat on to about medium and oil, your heating frying pan next but a layoff meat on and at the cabbage. Batta After a minute also, Then push the edges in a little to make it more circular. Leave it as it is for about five minutes, or until a nice golden crust has formed on the bottom. Flip the okonomiyaki over and let the other side cook for about another five minutes. Okonomiyaki is done when the other sites taken a nice chart color okonomiyaki is served with toppings and I'm gonna put mayonnaise, okonomiyaki sauce, seaweed and shaved katsuo bushi on top of mine. I hope you enjoyed this cooking video. Let us know in the comments below. If you have made this before, I gave this a try. The world is your okonomiyaki would have been an idiom if Shakespeare knew about it.