Three years ago: Oatmeal Pancakes, Spring Asparagus Pancetta Hash and Pecan Cornmeal Butter Cake Rollie — They are based on a Japanese cabbage pancake known as okonomiyaki, which I discuss in the post. Thank you!!!! ultimate banana bread. Inexpensive too. Sliced them all thin, mixed them with oat flakes and 2 eggs, browned 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds and put it into the mix along with some tamari and a chopped scallion. Reheat on a baking sheet in a hot oven until crisp again. @Grace See more ideas about smitten kitchen, recipes, food. I like ! It sounded like a ton to me too, but ended up being necessary. These look perfect – I think it will please six out of six in my family – which is a feat not often met! I just made them… twice. Maybe we’re not getting the amount of veggies quite right, but just thought I’d mention that. My tip though – and I find this makes a huge difference in flavor and tastes more “authentic” – is to add fried onions to the batter. OK, I am dying over these. It made about 12 large pancakes. I bought a shredded coleslaw mix at Whole Foods Market Yorkville, so I only had to cut up the kale and onions. I’d even made the stupid puff pastry from scratch. Thanks for the recipe! Tossing the veggies in the flour first and then adding the eggs created the perfect texture. Brussels Sprouts8 5. Unlike you, she just started crying because she doesn’t cook much and was on her period and that tends to make her a little emotionally brittle. They were a big hit! Adults ate them with the dipping sauce (so good, probably will triple the amounts next time), sriracha mayo, and toasted sesame seeds. As to your pie , been there, done that… usually a good time to go out for something delicious to eat or the next best thing(not counting a drink) a lovely indulgent piece of chocolate. Kale10 21. Cabbage20 6. And I like your blog. I bet Deb or one of her talented commenters would know…. They bake in the oven super easy and, sorry Deb, look EXACTLY like your little pan-fried lovelies! When we got home, I attempted to recreate it, but it always seemed to fall short. My favorites are carrot pancakes and coconut muffins. Tag Best of Smitten Kitchen. Parsnips1 28. Like yours! Write CSS OR LESS and hit save. The recipe is on the Justhungry.com website which is a very informative and fun site if you are devoted to all things Japanese. So many vegetables! The idea of a side sauce is good too, even though I never found them lacking for one. Maybe I’m just not a meringue pie person and I forgot? They have restaurants dedicated to Okonomiyaki – each table has a griddle in the center. I love this one. You can just ladle the liquid above it. delicious! I was actually reading through the comments on this old post JUST to see if someone would mention those TJs birds nests and confirm that this is similar! 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I cooked them on my broil king griddle – a wonderful addition to the kitchen and held them on low until we needed them. So all in all, third day in a row of fritters. I’ve always admired the color. Thanks! we gobbled them up. We are not at all fond of sweets and don’t often make recipes from your blog for that reason, but these were sensational. Made these with Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-free baking mix in place of AP flour. Is there any change you could try and show experiment more with tuna/ seafood in general? The waiter or waitress comes out and heats it up, takes the order of what you want in them, then brings out the noodle/veggie/fish/crab combo, then cooks them a little, and comes back with the batter. Or do you have them each in separate bowls and have a dredging assembly line? I used Trader Joe’s Gluten Free all-purpose flour and they were great! mathilde’s tomato tart. Your email address will not be published. These look wonderful and I will not feel guilty about eating them. © 2020 by Wisconsin Public Radio, a service of the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The dipping sauce doesn’t make much so I might use a store bought sauce next time, or add mayo. Thanks for the recipe winner! Battered grated squash or sometimes green papaya, mixed with tiny shrimps, then fried. Really easy and delicious!! Assume I can substitute panko…. I highly recommend the minute it takes to mix sugar and rice vinegar into Hellman’s. I was so mad (and young at the time) that I stomped the buckle to death and went out and bought a new spring-form pan. This is nothing like a okinomiyaki, given there was absolutely no layering going on, no pancake base, however it is a bit like the veg nokakiage, but in a pancake batter instead of a tempura batter. My husband and I are participating in a weekly farm vegetable bag program, and I’m so keeping this recipe on file for when the veg starts coming in. Fennel4 13. So, coleslaw crossed with a pancake recipe, with added barbecue-type sauce. If you’d rather buy a sauce, my roommate uses tonkatsu sauce and it can be put on just about anything and tastes awesome (fried pork chops, burgers, fried eggs…). Love love love this, Deb! Manodline — I use this one. It’s wonderful, relatively inexpensive, and pretty much all I’ve ever seen used in restaurant kitchens. They look delicious! These are absolutely amazing, and so is the sauce! Thanks Deb! We make okonomiyaki all the time, but I never thought to do Kale! Plus, the image of a flying spaghetti monster may have just made my week :) Thanks as always. The hubs is allergic to tomatoes, so instead of ketchup for the sauce we used 1/4 cup of very finely chopped roasted red bell peppers. I just mixed one part Hoisin with one part asian dumpling dipping sauce. As always, thanks for sharing! Which is kind of a backhanded compliment. Tasty and good for you :). This is a keeper recipe for sure! Hi! I made these with spinach instead of kale, as that’s what I had on hand, and they were great! This week has been low on the kitchen creativity front, but I did just make a batch of your cauliflower pesto (but with broccoli because green is good in spring y’know) and my kitchen seems more friendly as a result than it has for days. The shredding was tedious but yummy final result even without the sauce. We talk with best-selling author and blogger Deb Perelman of the blog Smitten Kitchen about her tips, tricks and experimentation. I am definitely trying these in the nearest future. 1 teaspoon soy sauce Thank you! or rice flour.. for the all-purpose flour. I made one tiny change that I borrowed from another pancake recipe I like — I separated the eggs and stirred in the yolks, then used my hand mixer to beat the egg whites until they were foamy and folded those in. It was worthy of a food magazine with double filling and meringue and I set it to cool on top of the top loading portable dish washer which was the only available counter space in my moms tiny kitchen. .” You’re recipes never fail me! It never even remotely occurred to me that they were a relative of okonomiyaki until this veg-heavy version you present here. I am sure we have these ingredients in the fridge – so when I get back home – they are what’s for dinner! “thought I was finally done working – and now I just made a clean-up project for myself” – The fact that you write so pleasantly about the incident speaks volumes about your pleasant personality – not even a “Yikes! However, the mandolin did NOT, but slicing it fine enough was no problem. I have a son about the same age. Totally jonesing for some okonomiyaki now…. We had a short term exchange student stay with us and her mother packed the dry ingredients including some I’m still not sure of. We’ve eaten their okonomiyaki and we tried adding a teaspoon of minced ginger to the batter… it was exactly what had been missing. Here is the ultimate Japanese pancake with the easiest sauce: We had half a head of cabbage languishing in the crisper and wanted/needed to make something with it besides slaw. Thank you for your inspiration. love all your recipes and often get inspired to cook from them, greetings from the black forrest, Germany. Seperated an amount of the veggies to make a flax-egg version for myself and an egg version for the omnivores. You are on fire today, Deb! Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Cut the carrots, parsnips, sweet potato, and butternut squash in 1 to 1 1/4-inch cubes. Slightly different, but oh so good! simple, essential bolognese. I added a tsp of sesame oil and one of light soy to the batter rather than salt for flavor. Topped with Kewpie Mayo, Okonomiyaki Sauce (purchased on Amazon), chopped pickled ginger and sauteed shrimp! They’re light, I might serve them with an Asian soup for a full dinner. My husband loves Asian stuff, and I like to fry things into patties. collard greens with cornmeal dumplings. I use this recipe. I’ll stick to my Duke’s for mayo though since as far as I can tell Kewpi mayo is just mayo with MSG (yuck!) Recipes. Wait, you’re indulging your fritter addiction again! I used my big measuring cup so it hardly made any extra dishes and made it super fast, and I think it made the pancakes crispier and helped me get away with using fewer eggs (two in a half batch). Trader Joe’s makes a frozen version of this, which, I must confess, is not too shabby. :-). Peas12 29. It was a godsend for my husband who is a vegetarian ( but not a vegan) which is very difficult in Japan unless you are a millionaire and can afford to eat at temple restaurants. Superb. If you wanted to make them gluten-free, any ideas about the best substitute for the flour? I have a recipe for zucchini fritters here you might enjoy. Only my picky 8 year old turned up his nose. silly question alert! . I don’t comment here much, but I was stoked to see that this recipe comes from a restaurant in Charleston! Made these tonight for my family of 3 and barely rescued a few for my lunch tomorrow before they were devoured!! Maybe half fresh napa and half kimchi? Made these for lunch today, using brown rice flour and GF soy sauce. Like veggie pakora! I was prepared to like them, but not to have my mind blown! These were delicious! Recipes. Fantastic flavor and so easy. <3. But they were also great with just a squeeze of lemon and salt. I would like to reach into your post and take a bite of one of the pancakes, I love this idea. I ran out of kale thanks to a previous night’s dinner mishap, but I used pea shoots and asparagus to make up for it. shaved fennel and crushed olive salad. XOXO, How great it was to wake up to a recipe from Xiao Bao Biscuit via Smitten Kitchen zinging right back to me in Charleston! These look great I love Okonomiyaki but have forgotten how easy they are to make at home. I’ll definitely be making these this week! Looks so delicious!! Make the pancakes: Toss cabbage, carrot, kale, scallions and salt together in a large bowl. I had all the ingredients on hand for these last night and needed to use some kale up ASAP, so I made these for dinner last night. ?” I was skeptical about my bowl of wet vegetables, so added another 1/4-1/2C flour. . i could buy them at the store but i’d love to see smitten kitchen’s take on it. I’ll be making these immediately! :) You’re the queen of savory pancakes and these look amazing! Longtime lurker here to say that I am LOVING these savory recipes! Meaty portobellos (or creminis) and pearl onions are browned a la chuck roast, then added to a rich tomato and wine gravy. Thanks! I made these just the way you recommended the other night – so good! Eggplant19 12. I added radishes which went great. No modifications needed for a great meal, although we prefer a spicier sauce so we use the 1 tbs honey (as instructed) and some extra fresh ginger. Hints: The chefs used very little oil on a flat griddle and they cooked slowly – about 12 minutes on each side. I made 6 medium sized pancakes and we ended up with a couple leftover — looking forward to having them for lunch. That said, my roommates, boyfriend and I love your blog, Deb! I haven’t but I’m sure you could and it would be fine. Nothing but these sounds good. Use our weeknight vegetable stir-fry as your template; it’s a good refresher on prepping all the vegetables before stepping up to the stove and cooking weightier vegetables first, and delicate vegetables and leafy greens last. Nice! roast chicken with schmaltzy cabbage. i was skeptical, but these were DELISH. That is what my CSA gave me this week and I have all the other ingredients!! tangy braised chickpeas. Served them with black cod with miso from epicurious. P.S. I found an authentic recipe which calls for some ingredients which are only found in Asian markets. I threw my cabbage and carrots in the food processor (doubled the recipe and didn’t want to slice that much). “…a flying spaghetti monster that ran afoul of a hot skillet…”!? It’s so strange how something that didn’t really exist a dozen years ago is EVERYWHERE these days. I made these last night and they are fantastic, really easy too! Keep on posting. :). We. I usually add some sesame oil and soy sauce to the fritter batter too; skipped the soy sauce this time because I made your sauce, but did include the sesame oil. :). I used 1/4 red cabbage, 4 beet greens, 3 scallions and 2 carrots with 1/2 c flour and 2 eggs. I used all the veggies in the fridge–the last bit of cabbage (about one cup), a half of a fennel bulb, 1 rather tired carrot and part of a bok choi left over from last night´s stir-fry. Regardless of pancake size, you can keep them warm on a tray in the oven at 200 to 250 degrees until needed. I also thought a crispy egg would work well, but will try out the sauces you suggest too, thanks! it was different but always yummy. It’s the sauce that makes it, mmmmm, deliciousness. ... ©2009–2020 Smitten Kitchen. Who would have thought that Cabbage Pancakes would be so good. Radicchio2 22. The meringue pie story is heartbraking! I so look forward to every post! Charity – Worcestershire sauce has anchovies in it. As someone else mentioned, hoisin sauce is a great substitute for okonomiyaki and sometimes in a pinch – I will mix hoisin sauce with good or homemade mayo. . I love all versions of vegetable pancakes, but I’ve never tried an Asian variation! Lots of love for your website all the way from Oz, I am a great fan of your site, keep the kitchen love coming x. AWESOME. I suspected this was because I really didn’t like the Japanese take on Worcestershire, which they swirled on top when it was finished, and which tasted to me like sweetened and slightly fishy meat sauce. Recipes. I am trying to eat healthier – lots of veggies – so these are exactly what I would like to have for dinner. I love these aren’t deep fried, and have a ton of veggies in them! I ask because I had “Hiroshima-Style” okonomiyaki in Japan a few years back a loved it! They turned out great. I’m a long time lurker and I love your recipes. I think that for freezing, I will just cook them to light golden, so that they’ll take a little longer to fry up to crispy brown in the pan, long enough to thaw out in the middle. I’m not usually a veggie dish person, but these look delicious. the Purelll comment with Jacob’s kisses: Did you see The New Yorker article from a few months back about Purell? I was just diagnosed with gestational diabetes and I thought I’d have to swear off your site for the next three months. Next post: greek salad with lemon and oregano. Just made them tonight and mixed in some cut up shrimp pieces. They were undoubtedly not as pretty as Deb’s, but made for a very quick and delicious weeknight meal. These would probably be good with any Asian style dipping sauce. I mixes the veggies together with salt a little ahead, so I got quite a bit of water, kind of like the zucchini fritters…I drained it off, but found the pancakes definitely lost the salt that they desperately needed…guess I should have figured that out and just added it back? I think he’d have eaten more if we didn’t have other food he liked more on the table. As for the rhubarb debacle, i recommend you direct your next torments toward this recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Rhubarb-Mascarpone-Mousse-Cake-395015. So he made his beloved Hiroshima Okonomiyaki & I notched up your renegade pancake by adding chopped shrimp. They fried up beautifully. Add veggies and spices of your choice. Thanks for reminding me! These look AMAZING! Added minced ginger, garlic, fresh parsley, cilantro, dash of sesame oil, and a splash of soy sauce to the filling for a boost of flavor. Yum! I’m doing the Whole30 Challenge which has no grains, so I subbed a little almond flour, but think they might cook up fine without any starch binder. I felt so much empathy when your finally-completed after-so-many-botched-attempts meringue slid off the plate upside-down into the fridge. Yummy veggie pancake with embedded bacon cooked in bacon fat! The okonomiyaki is beautiful! Last week was not my week in the kitchen, friends. I’m glad you found inspiration through something so simple and took a much needed break from the kitchen :). If we feel super indulgent, we also like to put bacon on the griddle before the batter goes on so it gets a bacon crust on one side (a recommendation that came from the mixes package directions), and we top them with Otafuku brand Okonomiyaki sauce, Kewpie mayo, dried kelp flakes, boniti, and scallions. Meanwhile, fill a very large bowl with the hottest tap water and add enough boiling water to bring the temperature … I used garbanzo bean flour to make them gluten free and it worked perfectly. For the sauce, I’ve usually got a bunch of mirin around. Your email address will not be published. Thanks!! This was on the list to make for awhile and we finally made them last week. The pancakes DID work with Chinese Cabbage. These look delish and I will try using my sister’s homegrown and then sadly – forgotten – red cabbage. the best condiments in the world, i think. Make sure you pat them down in the pan. I should have just stuck with ‘thanks’! We doubled the recipe, using half a head of red cabbage and half a head of green, and it served 12 people with about five pancakes leftover. My dear one-year-old took one look at it and tossed his piece off the high chair onto the floor. Also delicious but will be giving yours a try soon. Combine everything in a pot. Those look wonderful! Very crispy and yummy. I made it last night to much acclaim around the table.). These look so delicious, I think I’m going to try them tonight. I did count, and got a dozen beautiful, hearty-yet-delicate, medium-sized pancakes. So, maybe Japanese Passover Latkes?? I am trying to put together a meal with seared tuna. Quite quick to make too. (They still are, I filled my freezer with them too!) I have a hard desire to try these in a waffle iron! 1 c chickpea flour blended with 1 1/2 cups water – let sit for a couple of hours. — whisk and drizzle. Thanks a lot! I make one small change; I sauté the shrimp very, very quickly and then add it to the batter. It was fabulous! Gently press the pancake down flat. What substitute would you recommend? Its wonderful. Amazing! :D. Very Tasty. Also discovered that the may. I thought the tangy sauce tasted too much of Worcestershire, so I substituted 1/4 T. Sriracha and 1/4 T. Sesame Seed Oil for 1/2 T of the Worcestershire. 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