We did the prep so all you have
to do is some minimal cooking
& put it together.
Prepped & Packed
We source the ingredients, wash it,
chop slice & cut, bag it & tag it.
You open & create.
Cook at Home
If you have a fry pan & some fire…
you’ll probably be ok to make this
& many other of our dishes.
Follow along with the video.
Once you get your new Okonomiyaki Kit, you’re going to want to get making ASAP. Here’s a video to follow along to get you up & running in no time.
What’s in the bag
Okonomiyaki flour + 1 egg
Sliced white cabbage
Tenkasu + red ginger + spring onion
Okonomiyaki sauce + Mayonnaise
Red ginger + dried bonito + seaweed toppings
Neatly bundled & organised
Our Okonomiyaki Kit comes with all the work done.
You could always add other things you might like personally like bacon, prawns, or anything else you think works.
What’s in the box? How big is it? How long will it last?
IN THE BOX
- Box includes 11 items
- Prepared & chopped foods
- Flour + sauces + mayonnaise
- Toppings included
- Comes vegetarian as standard
- Includes wheat (NOT Gluten Free)
- Includes dairy & egg
- Add any extras you like
Dimension and Weight
- Package weight: 0.847 kg
- Package size: 23cm x 23cm x 8cm
- Bench space & mixing bowl
- Fry pans & stove top
In a mixing bowl, combine Okonomiyaki flour + egg + 150ml water. Don’t mix too much as little lumps are ok.
Add cabbage + red ginger + spring onion + tenkasu to the batter & mix well together.
Put a pan on high heat. Add oil. Add any extras like bacon or prawns & lightly cook both sides.
Put the okonomiyaki batter mix on top/into the pan & immediately turn down the heat. Secret is low & slow.
After around 5 minutes, flip over & add a lid to the pan to help cook all the way through, checking under for a nice golden colour.
Flip your creation onto a plate. Zig Zag on the dark sauce, then mayo, then dried bonito, ginger & aonori. Done. Cut, eat & enjoy.
Test Customers (Family & Friends)
We use friends & family as test makers & here’s what they have to say!
I love Okonomiyaki and I get there’s a few components to it so I’m glad it was all done already. I don’t mind cooking so for me it was pretty straight forward. Everyone in our house ate it up no problems.
Mother of fussy eaters #metlock
So so so happy to be able to eat Okonomiyaki again. Fell in love with this dish in Japan years a go & could never quite find it the same. This reminded me of sitting at an Okonomiyaki bar in Osaka with my new friends having a cold Sapporo. Good times.
Graphic Designer, Japanophile