The takoyaki (たこ焼き, literally “octopus fried (or cooked)”) is mets of the Japanese Cuisine and a speciality of Ōsaka, being presented in the form of 6-10 Boulette S of paste to Crêpe containing small pieces of octopus, cooked out of mould, like the waffle S.
In general, the takoyaki is sold in kiosk to be carried or consumed outside. In the Area of Kansai, one consumes it with the meal with a bowl of Riz.
Chains of Fast-food industry specialize in the takoyaki.
- the Ikayaki is similar only of name.
|Random links:||Patrick Pearse | Forest-on-Separates | Anton Kuerti | Pintxo | Daniel_Brodhead|