Monday, July 15, 2013

Hashimaki / Okonomiyaki on Chopsticks / 箸巻き


Nowadays we can easily see peoples selling Okonomiyaki in pasar malam (night market) , but I hope after this post, they are going to sell this Hashimaki or Okonomiyaki on chopsticks ^_^.
According to here, Hashimaki is a typical festival snack from the Kansai region, it is similar to Okonomiyaki. Therefore, it will also often called Okonomiyaki on chopsticks. Translated mean "hashi" = chopsticks and "maki" role or something rolled.


 
Before I can prepare the Hashimaki, i have to collect enough of the disposable chopsticks. So every time I went to tapau (pack foods from outside) , I insist the seller to give me chopsticks, earlier I always refused for disposable chopsticks.


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Prepare the batter first..
 
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preparing the Hashimaki..
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I bought this brush from Osaka the other day, found it is so easy to lightly brush oil on the pan..
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Hashimaki / Okonomiyaki on Chopsticks, so handy and cute !!
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Hashimaki / Okonomiyaki on Chopsticks / 箸巻き
(recipe source: inspired by this video, made changes to my previous Okonomiyaki recipe)

2 eggs (large)
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200g water
120g cabbage, shredded finely
1 spring onion, chopped
4 crabsticks, sliced
2tsp dashi powder
1/2tsp salt
8 pair of disposable chopsticks
Okonomiyaki sauce
Japanese mayonnaise
Katsuobushi (bonita flakes)
Furikake or Aonori (green laver) 

Method
  1. Mix the cabbage, carrot, egg, flour, dashi powder and water in a large bowl, combine well till no lumps.
  2. Heat some oil in a pan over medium heat and spread one ladle of batter on top part of the pan in oval shape.
  3. When the edges begin to dry, place a pair of chopsticks and roll the okonomiyaki, set aside and make the rest.
  4. Put them back in the pan, cover and cook under low fire until done, then cook the other side until golden brown.
  5. Top with Okonomiyaki sauce, mayonnaise, bonita flakes and Furikake or Aonori.
 
 


34 comments:

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Good afternoon Sonia...

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Go read first, hehe...

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Wow, your's is so nicely made, if i were to make, sure don't know turn out to be what....

joceline lyn said...

可见是特别的小吃。味道应该很不错。

Ann Low said...

This is really a good idea to wrap okonomiyak with chopsticks. I'd love to try this as I've too many disposal chopsticks at home :D Thanks for sharing.

xing hui said...

i thinks this must be delicious. and good idea of using chopstick.

茵茵 said...

This looks delicious and tempting. And a good way of using those chopsticks!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

很好吃的样子
看起来不会很难操作:)

May Law said...

你家的食物总是那么的特别, 看到都流口水了!

Jozelyn Ng said...

This is so special...

Sissi said...

Awesome! I have been preparing okonomiyaki every Sunday (at least once a week) for such a long time, with different versions but I have never seen or heard of hashimaki! I will certainly test it very soon (by the way I have a new okonomiyaki version to post soon too! the possibilities are endless).

cquek said...

i must try that, it looks so good

cikmanggis said...

Soniaaaa nak!! Mesti mahu cuba.sungguh menarik sekali tp mmmm mana nk dptkan chopstik ni .
Tq for sharing.

Cecilia Yap said...

Hi Sonia, tks for sharing this wonderful okonomiyaki recipe.I also have alot of disposable chopsticks, now it comes handy.

Karen said...

喜欢这道简单好吃的小吃,看到我直吞口水了。。哈哈

Chef and Sommelier said...

Hi Sis, this is so clever! Kids would love it!

Munatycooking said...

It's so new to me, but looks so interesting!

Angie Ng said...

这个还没尝试过,我想一定会是美味可口的小吃,有时间也可以弄给孩子们吃。

Joanne T Ferguson said...

G'day! This looks ABSOLUTELY delicious, true!
Might have to put this now on my list to do! Thank you! Cheers! Joanne
Now on FB too http://www.facebook.com/whatsonthelist

Mich Piece of Cake said...

What a great idea to roll this on chopsticks. I like your oil brush!

Janine said...

This looks amazing but because I love the crispy bits, I think I will probably stick with the non-chopstick version hehe. Good idea for appetizers though!

Small Kucing said...

good idea wor to roll it in chopsticks

Phong Hong said...

So cute! Like some kind of satay :D

Swee San said...

eh so cute leh! I was gonna ask u where u bought the oil brush thing but since u mentioned Osaka... T__T what a great idea .. individual okonomiyaki..

Little blue said...

Look yummy must try when I free~

The Experimental Cook said...

It's amazing the things I can learn online because of your generous sharing. Okonomiyaki on chopsticks is such a clever idea. I am going to include this for my next casual gathering. Thank you for sharing!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wow, what an creative idea and so easy to eat too!

Siew said...

Sonia, wow... you can make every international food!! your kids must be very proud of you! thanks for sharing!

Esther Lau said...

Oh!!!Okonomiyaki on Chopsticks looks so good and cute!!! Wish to have one now :)

Anonymous said...

Can I make this ahead of time & how long can i keep?


Anne Regalado said...

What a great idea wrapping okonomiyaki over chopsticks , Sonia ! Easier to grab , eat and go :D

lena said...

when i look at the brush , it reminds me of the cosmetic blusher brush..maybe i can also get a big one to use ..hehe..

stylewomen said...

Hmm this looks delicious! :) i want try...
The best recipe

Marvin Nemeth said...

You can prepare this in two ways, Hiroshima style or Osaka style. While the more mainstream Osaka style fries the mixture and toppings all together inside the pan, in Hiroshima the constituents are not mixed up, but rather cooked separately and only then combined.

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