When the eggs are cooked, transfer them to the top of each okonomiyaki, then cover in okonomi sauce, mayo, aonori, sesame seeds, the remaining beni shoga
and spring onions and katsuobushi.
savoury pancakes HIROSHIMA-STYLE OKONOMIYAKI shoga
omurice AKA seasoned topped omelette INGREDIENTS: (Makes one big omurice enough for one hungry person, or two not-that-hungry persons, or two hungry persons who are also eating other things, like miso soup and salad and whatnot) 30g butter; 1 banana shallot or small onion, diced; 60g shiitake mushrooms, destemmed and diced; 1 chicken thigh, boneless and skinless, cut into 1cm cubes (optional); 300g cooked rice (from 150g uncooked; rice that has been chilled in the fridge works best); ketchup; soy sauce; salt and pepper; 3 eggs, beaten with 1tbsp double cream (optional).
"They are living in fear," Shoga
said of his wife and children, who remain in the city.
The defendant, Shoga, argued that the blowfish he had served was so-called nagoyafugu (Takifugu porphyreus), the common puffer, which Shoga said was not as potent as torafugu.
The Japanese Criminal Code provides for a fine or up to five years' imprisonment for a killing or injury that occurs when a person "fails to use such care as is required in the performance of profession, occupation, or routine." (61) In Shoga's criminal case, the Osaka High Court focused more on the preparation than in the civil case.
Determining that a reasonable person in Shoga's position could not have foreseen Adachi's death, the court found Shoga not guilty.
(68) Unlike Shoga's case, the restaurant in question was not in Kobe, but in neighboring Kyoto, a prefecture that had a local ordinance that specifically prohibited the serving of blowfish liver.69 The court easily found the chef and restaurant owner liable, and after taking off thirty percent of the damages for comparative negligence, awarded Bando's heirs about sixty million yen.
As in Shoga's case, Bando's chef, Kasaoka, was prosecuted on criminal charges as well.
Japanese style savourypancakeServes Four For the pancake batter 100g plain flour 1/3 tspn bicarbonate of soda 1 cup/200ml water 1 tspn mirin For the pancake filling: 200g shredded sweetheart or green cabbage250g bean sprouts 180g thinly sliced squid 120g thinly sliced uncooked pork Finely chopped spring onions or chives -- to taste Dried fish flakes -- to taste Salt and pepper A little sunflower or vegetable oil600g cooked Chinese egg noodles 4 tbsp Worcester sauce 8 eggs 4 tbsp tonkatsu sauce 2 tspn Worcester sauce 1 tbsp tomato ketchup Red pickled ginger (beni shoga
) and ao-nori to taste (Ao-nori and tonkatsu sauce are available in Asian supermarkets.
5) Shina shoga
jimme jiten (Tokyo: Dai-ichi shobo, 1975).
Called gari or beni shoga
in Japan, this form is pickled in sweet vinegar and is usually bright red or pink in color.
For the pancake filling: 200g shredded sweetheart or green cabbage 250g bean sprouts 180g thinly sliced squid (or to taste) 120g thinly sliced uncooked pork Finely chopped spring onions or chives - to taste Dried fish flakes - to taste Salt and pepper A little sunflower or vegetable oil 600g cooked Chinese egg noodles 4 tbsp Worcester sauce 8 eggs 4 tbsp tonkatsu sauce - to taste 2 tspn Worcester sauce 1 tbsp tomato ketchup Red pickled ginger (beni shoga
) and ao-nori - to taste (Ao-nori seaweed is a dried green seaweed often sprinkled on food to give extra flavour.