Easy "fried vegetables chikuwa" with the remaining okonomiyaki flour
|material ( For 2-3 people )|
|Favorite vegetables||Appropriate amount|
|Okonomiyaki flour||Appropriate amount|
When you bake okonomiyaki at home, you may have some "okonomiyaki powder" left over. Here is a simple recipe for deliciously consuming this powder left halfway. "Fried vegetables chikuwa" that is crispy and delicious as it is without seasoning!
● MaterialsClick here for what to prepare.
2 to 3 chikuwa Favorite vegetables Appropriate amount Okonomiyaki flour Appropriate amount Water Appropriate amount
If you have 1 cup of okonomiyaki flour, prepare about 1 cup of water. You can use seasonal vegetables and ingredients left in the refrigerator. This time I will use pumpkin and corn.
● How to makeCut vegetables and chikuwa into bite-sized pieces. The corn is sown.
Put vegetables and chikuwa in a bowl and sprinkle with okonomiyaki flour.
Mix the whole while adding water in several portions. It's OK if the powder is gone and the batter is entwined with the material. If not enough, add powder and water respectively and mix each time.
Scoop the dough with a ladle and fry in hot oil for 3-4 minutes until browned.
When it's fried, remove it from the oil, put it on a net for a while, and heat it gently with preheating to complete it!
● What is the taste?Good! The savory and crispy garment has the umami and saltiness of the dashi stock, so it's really delicious as it is without putting anything on it! The sweetness of pumpkin and crispy corn, the chewy texture of chikuwa, and the various chewy textures and tastes change, and the inside of the mouth is a festival.
Okonomiyaki flour has a nice taste of barefoot, so it is recommended to fried it as it is without adding anything to it. You can use bacon or sausage instead of chikuwa. Come with somen and cold soba noodles in the hot season!