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Okonomiyaki Stuffed Sweet Potato

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Okonomiyaki Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

All the toppings of Okonomiyaki, stuffed into a baked sweet potato. Perfect.

Serves1 (multiply as required)

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 sweet potato

For the sprouts

  • handful Brussels sprouts (approx 5 large)
  • 1/2 clove garlic
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • sea salt & cracked pepper

Toppings

  • bonito flakes
  • shredded nori or furikake
  • mayo (or alternative)
  • bbq sauce
  • thinly sliced green onion (spring onion) tops
  • fried egg, optional but highly encouraged

METHOD

  1. Scrub sweet potato and prick three or four times with a fork. Enclose in a baking paper and foil packet (or place on rimmed a baking paper lined tray and cover well with foil) and bake at 180ºC (350ºF) oven for an hour until beginning to soften. Uncover/unwrap potato and bake a further 15 – 20 mins until tender.

  2. When the potato is almost done, thinly shave the Brussels sprouts and garlic using a mandoline (or ninja knife skills). Place a skillet over medium-high heat, add the oil, sprouts and garlic and season with a pinch of salt and pepper. Saute 3 – 5 minutes until shaved sprouts are soft with a few slightly charred bits.

  3. To serve, cut sweet potato open and use a fork gently mash flesh. Fill with sauteed Brussels sprouts and top with a fried egg. Be as generous or restrained as you wish with the bonito, nori, onions, mayo and bbq sauce.

     

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COOK’S NOTES & SUBSTITUTIONS

  • Mayo: I’m not a mayo person (never have been) so I used thick natural Greek yoghurt instead. Unsweetened coconut yoghurt or even cashew aioli would work well too.
  • Bonito flakes: called Katsuobushi, bonito flakes are made by shaving dried tuna or bonito. You can find them in most Asian grocery stores or online. Simply leave them off for a vegan version!
  • BBQ sauce: we don’t really have this around so I whipped up a quick version by simmering some tomato passata with a spoonful of molasses and a bit of dijon mustard until thickened.
  • Sweet potato baking times will vary — with the age and type of sweet potato as well as the size. I often bake as per above then leave it in the oven as it cools if it needs a bit more time.

dairy-free // gluten-free // vegan option // soy-free // nut-free

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