A question about a recipe: Okonomiyaki

I have a question about the recipe "Okonomiyaki" from Midge. since I am allergic to shrimp do you think finely chopped salmon would work?

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Recipe question for: Okonomiyaki


nasilemak January 9, 2013
I would not finely chop the salmon as you run the risk of overcooking it.
BoulderGalinTokyo January 8, 2013
just search for okonomiyaki in recipes above, and you can find variations. It's like 'pasta', how many variations do you know for pasta?
BoulderGalinTokyo January 8, 2013
salmon would work fine mixed in with your batter. If using pork, cook it first, because it's pork. As usaba dashi says bonito is traditional, usually generously sprinkled on top. Or try my other variations: finehttp://food52.com/recipes/17260_beef_or_prosciutto_ham_chive_okonomiyaki_with_homemade_chuno_sauce

usuba D. January 8, 2013
Buy Bonito flakes (ingredient for dashi). They are more traditional for okonomiyaki. Bonito is a dried fish flake of the tuna family.
sdebrango January 8, 2013
I am sure it would, I have read comments where others used chicken, pork, just vegetables so I am certain that salmon would be wonderful. This is such a fantastic recipe I know you will enjoy.
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