Hokkai at Home: Okonomiyaki


Hokkai at Home with Peter (72) from Heiloo: “For my second carrier, I ran a small hotel in France. There weren’t many restaurants in the neighborhood so I decided to cook for the guests myself. Fortunately, I got a lot of positive feedback and soon most nights I was busy preparing dinner. One could say that cooking is a hobby that went out of hand. I only use fresh products, but since Hokkai Kitchen is one of my favorite restaurants, I became more curious about their freshly frozen products. I did not expect too much of it but now I am in fact very enthusiastic. The quality is phenomenal and I will surely use it more often! Another advantage during this period is that it’s very convenient to have a freezer full of healthy and tasty food, when I can  go out only once a week to do the groceries.”

Number of people




Preparation time

10 minutes (ex. defrosting)


  • Okonomiyaki (Japanese savoury pancake)
  • Katsuo Bushi (bonito flakes)
  • 1 teaspoon of (Japanese) mayonnaise
  • Soy sauce
  • Spring onion


  1. Thaw the Okonomiyaki in cold water in the package for 30 minutes.
  2. Heat the pancake on a baking sheet in the pan for 6 minutes. Don’t forget to turn every now and then.
  3. Serve each pancake with 1 teaspoon of (Japanese) mayonnaise, a dash of soy sauce, sliced ​​spring onion and bonito flakes.