It’s shaped like a pupusa, but I think normally they are made of corn masa and filled with cheese. So this is a free style re-interpretation, I’ve just taken the shape. It’s very tasty, crispy and filling.
The filling : miso + sakekasu (sake lees) and a little water to get a cream texture. Then minced onion, garlic and ginger. The greens are stalks of romanesco (diced) and cut kikuna (chrysanthemum greens)
The crust is likely to break a little, so the filling shouldn’t be too liquid.
The dough is like for tortilla. Today : a mix of white and whole flour, chili flakes, black pepper, a little olive oil, hot water. I didn’t add salt as the filling is very salty already due to the miso. I cooked it in a frying pan without fat.
Garnished with sauce for okonomiyaki (a veggie Worcester sauce).
The nicest leaves of kikuna as a side salad with black rice vinegar and sesame oil.
Then cut and eat while hot.
I should have marry you 🙂
Comment veux tu que je trouve du sakekasu…
Mais bon, je retiens l’idée, il suffit de trouver un substitut. Soupir 🙂
Ben, essaie avec du fromage (sans le miso).