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14:45 Oct 18, 2013
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Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO] Social Sciences - Cooking / Culinary / Japanese dish
Japanese term or phrase:Unknown term
I'm subtitling a video and they speak of a Japanese dish but I can't catch the name.
Takafumi Miyauchi Taiwan Local time: 21:54 Works in field Native speaker of: Japanese
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Okonomiyaki and yakisoba
Explanation: Year 6 cooked okonomiyaki and yakisoba...
Okonomiyaki = like a pancake but including cabbage and usually some sort of meat (pork, squid, etc.), topped by special sauce and mayonnaise, with sprinkles of dried fish skin and seaweed on top. May sound disgusting to some, but even my picky kids love it!
Yakisoba = fried soba noodles, usually mixed w/cabbage and perhaps shredded carrots, etc.
Hope this helps!
SLMorales United States Local time: 08:54 Native speaker of: English