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A question about a recipe: Okonomiyaki

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I have a question about the ingredient "(roughly) baby or chopped shrimp" on the recipe "Okonomiyaki" from Midge.
Should the shrimp be cooked or uncooked when added to the batter?

asked by Brenzo almost 6 years ago

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1f596ae9 f36c 4022 8b52 0c8583fd70b0  meg b f52
added almost 6 years ago

I've done it both ways depending on what I have handy. Uncooked is what the recipe calls for I believe. Enjoy! It's my fav recipe on food52

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added almost 6 years ago

Ok...tHanks. The recipe just calls for 'baby or chopped shrimp', so I wasn't sure. And I didn't know if 3 min a side cooking time would be long enough for the shrimp inside the okonomiyaki batter. Appreciate your quick reply!!

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Fbc31129 dd77 4f50 92da 5ddc4a29c892  summer 2010 1048
added almost 6 years ago

meganvt01 is right. Raw is best, but leftover cooked shrimp works too. Hope you like it!

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