As you guys could tell from my posts, I’m not much of a cook or foodie…
Though I do enjoy food, want to share my dining experience and love cooking for myself and those that matters…
I could never entice readers with written words or creation from the family kitchen, aside from the occasional food photos on Instagram (xysg).
Much less, to have the guts to attend cooking workshops…
There’s always a first time for everything… and in a shopping mall’s atrium / open area, thanks to Liang Court and PR team 🙂
Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake)
Definiton of Okonomiyaki:
The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning “what you like” or “what you want”, and yaki meaning “grilled” or “cooked” (as shown on Wikipedia).
We did the mixed version of it (squid / prawn and bacon) that serves 01.
– Recipe provided.
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– Collage by my boyfriend aka ‘guinea pig’ 😛
– close-up of my Okonomiyaki
Thankfully… I didn’t charred it on my first try, heh.
It was relatively easy to make and tasty, we nom-ed and finished it in minutes.
Based on the recipe, I estimated a 15 – 30mins preparation time and 15mins cooking time.
Easy enough for kids, to learn / cook, with adult supervision, of course.
To cook in an open area, having shoppers chat with us / checking out what we were doing and some itchy fingers lifting pot covers / checking out our end results, was quite a strange and funny experience.
Honestly, I wouldn’t mind going for more of such workshops… 😀
If you are interested to learn / try your hands in such workshops or know more events / shopping, do head over to Liang Court’s website for updates.
I heard they plan to have more events or workshop every few months, that would suit adults, kids or whole family.