Introduced to us by our neighbors at the vernon farmers market, our kids call them okkie dokkie pancakes and love them!
Okonomiyaki (cabbage pancake)
4c cabbage shredded
2 green onions or shallots
¼ cup water
Any other herb or flavour you have on hand. I used basil.
Shred cabbage and mix with green onion and flour. Beat eggs, mix with water add to cabbage mixture. Mix until incorporated. Scoop batter to desired size and Fry on medium heat. Serve with sauce.
½ small head red cabbage
½ small head green cabbage
2 kohlrabi shredded
2 carrots shredded
small onion, shallot or green onions
cilantro or basil (optional).
Chop and combine all veggies. toss in dressing of choice. let stand 20 mins. toss again before serving
Power greens saute
Pac choy, kale, or cabbage
garlic syrup or balsamic vinegar
salt and pepper to taste
We eat this for lunch often. the type or green depending on what is in season. easy to prepare in under 5 mins. the acidity of the vinegar add a sweetness when cooked.
Cut off end of pac choy and use whole leaf and steam. Flash fry in hot pan. Add vinegar or syrup. Add 2 cups cooked short grain brown rice
4 Elements Recipe Blog
We are constantly asked what is the best way to prepare this or that at market each week, so we are always sharing our recipes and receiving new ones. We decided that it would be great to share our favorites with you here, just in case you forgot all the steps before you got home to your kitchen. Most of the recipes we use on a regular bases are very simple and versatile. We often use what’s on hand making substitutions as needed.