Keto Okonomi Sauce – Low Carb Okonomiyaki Sauce
This Keto Okonomi Sauce is to accompany my absolutely delicious Okonomiyaki pancakes. So good!
This is just a very quick super tasty sauce, that you can have with your keto Okonomiyaki, in fact it goes great with any Asian food in my opinion lol.
So, get on your Japanese chef’s hat and give this a go, trust me you will not be unhappy that you did so.
I have found everyone that has tried this recipe loves it!
OKONOMI SAUCE INGREDIENTS
The keto okonomi sauce recipe is so simple, and all the ingredients are easily found in the local supermarket. Most of these ingredients are regular keto pantry essential ingredients that you will already have at home.
- 60 g raspberries fresh or frozen
- 4 tbsp dry sherry
- 2 tsp sesame oil
- 6 tbsp apple cider vinegar
- 2 tbsp tamari sauce gluten free
- 3 tbsp oyster sauce
- 2 tbsp lime juice
- salt and pepper to taste
- Optional for extra spice use 1 tbsp of Chilli oi
HOW TO MAKE OKONOMI SAUCE
This truly is a very simple recipe. In the method I have done both a Thermomix keto okonomi sauce and one stovetop method.
With the stovetop okonomi sauce you can choose to use a blender to blend and make the sauce smooth before cooking. Alternatively, you can cook and reduce the sauce and then use a stick blender to form a smooth sauce consistency.
REAL FOOD REAL FAST
This low carb okonomiyaki sauce recipe was created when I very first started keto in early 2017.
It was a recipe I really found resonated with a lot of keto followers.
I think it is just that it is simple fair that has great flavour.
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Keto Okonomi Sauce
- Add all ingredients to a blender. Mix at medium speed for 10 seconds
- Transfer to a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until sauce thickens. Transfer to a small jar. Keep refrigerated.
- Place all ingredients into mixer bowl. Mix 10 sec/speed 5.
- Cook 4 min/80℃/speed 1. Transfer to small jar. Keep refrigerated
- You can substitute the oyster sauce for coconut aminos or soy sauce.