Slice the chikuwa diagonally. Rip the cabbage apart with your hands.
Heat sesame oil in a pan and fry the chikuwa. When it's browned, add the cabbage and curry powder, and fry until the cabbage has wilted. Make sure the curry powder blends evenly.
Stop the heat and add the mayonnaise and grated sesame seeds. Taste as you go and season with salt and pepper. Add 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise or as much as you like.
Story Behind this Recipe
I made this as an extra dish for dinner My boyfriend loves Japanese curry, so I made this with a Japanese curry flavor. I just added mayonnaise and grated sesame seeds and it turned out rich and tasty. I only use a tablespoon of mayonnaise for health reasons, but if you aren't counting calories, add as much as you like. It will be wonderful! By the way, in the photo I served it with a fork, but it's much easier to eat with chopsticks.
If you don't have spring cabbage, you can use the soft leaves of normal cabbage.