Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon

Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon

Hello everybody, it’s me again, Dan, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon. One of my favorites. For mine, I am going to make it a bit tasty. This will be really delicious.

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As for the number of servings that can be served to make Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon is 12 servings. So make sure this portion is enough to serve for yourself and your beloved family.

To begin with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can cook Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon using 31 ingredients and 22 steps. Here is how you cook that.

You can make delicious okonomiyaki using plain cake flour, without using expensive okonomiyaki flour!
If using chicken stock, see.

The key point is to make a soup stock from beef tendon. You can use chicken bone soup stock or bonito dashi stock as well.
Mix up one pancake worth of the ingredients at a time, even if it's a bother!
Heat up the griddle to 250°C. If it's not hot enough, the okonomiyaki will not cook up nice and puffy.
Shrimp, oysters, scallops or squid is delicious added to this too. For 12 okonomiyaki pancakes. Recipe by Cooking S Papa

Ingredients and spices that need to be Get to make Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon:

  1. Batter (combine the ※ ingredients beforehand)
  2. 500 grams ※Cake flour
  3. 2 tbsp ※Sugar
  4. 2 tsp ※Salt
  5. 1 liter ※The water from boiling beef tendon or use the chicken stock from
  6. 150 grams ※Yamaimo yam
  7. 3 tbsp ※Bonito flakes
  8. 15 grams ※Baking powder
  9. 1 1/5 kg Finely chopped cabbage
  10. 1 Tempura batter crumbs
  11. 1 bunch Green onions or scallions
  12. 1 Red pickled ginger
  13. 12 Eggs
  14. Additions
  15. 200 grams Beef tendon
  16. 200 grams Thinly sliced pork belly
  17. 200 grams Boiled octopus
  18. To parboil the beef tendon:
  19. 2 large Water
  20. 3 slice Ginger
  21. 2 stalks worth The green part of a Japanese leek
  22. To flavor the beef tendon
  23. 40 ml Soy sauce
  24. 400 ml Water
  25. 25 ml Sake
  26. 1 and 1/2 tablespoon Sugar
  27. Toppings
  28. 1 10:1 blend Tonkatsu sauce, "Doro" Sauce (a type of thick Worcestershire-style sauce)
  29. 1 10:1:1 blend Mayonnaise, milk, plain yogurt
  30. 1 Aonori
  31. 1 Bonito flakes

Steps to make to make Osaka Okonomiyaki with Beef Tendon

  1. Boil the beef tendon in plenty of water with 3 slices of ginger and the green part of 3 stalks of leek for about 5 minutes to eliminate the gaminess. Skim off the scum completely.
  2. Rinse the boiled beef tendon with cold water and put into a pressure cooker with 2000 ml of water. Lock on the lid, bring to a boil and cook under pressure for 15 minutes. Leave to cool down naturally.
  3. Chop the beni-shouga pickled red ginger into a 1 mm dice. Slice the octopus into big pieces.
  4. Cut the cabbage into 2-3 mm wide julienne. Turn 90 degrees and chop up into 3mm dice. If you do this 1/4 of a cabbage at a time, it's easy.
  5. 1 head of cabbage chopped is about 1.2 kg worth.
  6. Slice the green onion thinly. Peel and grate the yamaimo yam.
  7. Take out the beef tendon from Step 2. The cooking liquid will be used as the soup stock in the batter, so skim off the scum carefully and leave to cool.
  8. Cut the beef tendon into bite sized pieces, and simmer in the beef tendon flavoring ingredients. When the cooking liquid has reduced by half, leave to cool and absorb the flavors.
  9. Combine the batter ingredients, and add the completely cooled down beef tendon stock little by little. If you add it all at once the batter may form lumps so add it a bit at a time.
  10. If any lumps remain the batter will be floury, so mix well. Once the batter is mixed, add the grated yamaimo.
  11. Pour the batter onto a heated electric griddle, and cover the top with pork belly slices.
  12. Break an egg into a small bowl, add 2 ladle fulls of batter, 2 handfuls (about 100 g) of cabbage, some octopus, some of the beef tendon, green onion, tempura batter crumbs, and red pickled ginger.
  13. Mix it with a spoon to incorporate air into the batter and don't over-mix. You should still see some of the egg white in the mix.
  14. Pour the batter onto a heated griddle, and cover the top with pork belly slices.
  15. Cook for 5 minutes, and when you can insert the spatula underneath easily turn it over for the first time. Cook for another 5 minutes, then turn over again. Do not press down on the pancake.
  16. Cover with lots of sauce, sprinkle with bonito flakes and aonori seaweed powder, and it's done. Add mayonnaise or Japanese mustard to taste!
  17. Use this kind of container (you can buy it at a 100 yen shop) to spread the mayonnaise. If you add about 10% milk and yogurt to the mayonnaise, it tastes great.
  18. You can't omit Doro sauce (a kind of thick Worcestershire-type sauce)! It serves as a 'hidden flavor' in the sauce. It is quite salty, which goes well with okonomiyaki. Don't add too much. The ratio is about 10:1 tonkatsu sauce to Doro sauce.
  19. This is tasty made with chicken bone soup stock too. Seefor the chicken stock recipe.
  20. Make your own tempura batter crumbs.
  21. is a version that only uses yamaimo yam and eggs in the batter.
  22. This is a 3-layer birthday cake version!

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