Low-Sugar Hiroshima Okonomiyaki with Okara & Bean Sprouts.
You can cook Low-Sugar Hiroshima Okonomiyaki with Okara & Bean Sprouts using 8 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Low-Sugar Hiroshima Okonomiyaki with Okara & Bean Sprouts
- You need 60 grams of Fresh okara.
- Prepare 1 of plus 1 Eggs.
- You need 1 pinch of Salt.
- Prepare 1 bag of or 200 grams (1/5 grams of sugar / 22 kcal） Bean sprouts.
- You need 1 bag of or 3 grams Bonito flakes.
- Prepare 1 piece of or 18 grams (1/5 grams of sugar / 49 kcal） Meltable cheese.
- It’s 50 grams of Pork (I used thinly sliced pork shoulder).
- Prepare 1 of Toppings: bonito flakes, aonori, okonomiyaki sauce, mayonnaise, etc..
Low-Sugar Hiroshima Okonomiyaki with Okara & Bean Sprouts step by step
- Use fresh okara as-is. If using dried okara, reconstitute it in water. I used the type of dried okara that has to be reconstituted in 5 times its amount of water. So I added 50 g of water to 10 g of dried okara..
- (Start from this step if you're using fresh okara.) Add one of the eggs and the salt to the okara, and mix..
- Line a large heatproof dish with a parchment sheet. Thinly spread about 3/4 of the dough from Step 2 in the dish..
- Spread half of the bonito flakes, then half of the bean sprouts over the dough. Spread the rest of the bonito flakes and all of the cheese on top..
- In the same way, top with the rest of the bean sprouts, then the sliced pork. Finally, spread the remaining dough all over the pork..
- Microwave uncovered at 600 W for 4 minutes. Rotate the container 90 degrees, and microwave again for 4 minutes..
- If it isn't cooked enough, cover with plastic wrap (so it will steam) and microwave a little at a time. I microwaved it for an additional 2 minutes when I made it with soy bean sprouts..
- Add olive oil (not listed in the ingredients) to a heated frying pan, and crack the other egg into the pan. Break the yolk a little..
- Slide a spatula under the parchment sheet from Step 6..
- Flip it over quickly without hesitation onto the egg from Step 8, and attach the okonomiyaki to the egg. Turn off the heat when the egg is cooked as you like..
- Remove the parchment sheet from the okonomiyaki, slide the spatula under the egg to release it from the frying pan. Invert a plate over the frying pan and flip the whole thing over to transfer the okonomiyaki to the plate..
- For toppings, add bonito flakes, aonori, okonomiyaki sauce, mayonnaise, etc..
- I recommend using 50 percent reduced-calorie okonomiyaki sauce to keep the okonomiyaki low in sugar..
- Okonomiyaki with soy bean sprouts is even more filling..