Osaka Style Okonomiyaki
Osaka style Okonomiyaki is an iconic Japanese street food. A delicious savory pancake topped with a rich sauce, mayonnaise and other various toppings. Not only does it taste great, but you can also make it from scratch at home!
what you'll need:
» cake flour
» tsuyu sauce
» pork belly
» pickled ginger (benishoga)
» tempura bits (tenkasu)
» Worcestershire sauce
» oyster sauce
» soy sauce
» Japanese mayonnaise
» bonito flakes
» seaweed powder
Mix the oyster sauce, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, honey and soy sauce in a small bowl.
Sift cake flour into a bowl and add an egg, milk, tsuyu sauce and dashi. Whisk until smooth.
Cover the bowl and rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.
Pour half of the chilled batter into a new bowl and add half of the diced cabbage, tempura bits, pickled ginger and one egg.
Heat a frying pan on medium high and add a drizzle of vegetable oil. Add the batter to the middle and spread it out evenly.
Lay the thinly sliced pork belly over the top of the wet batter.
Flip the okonomiyaki and lower the heat to med-low. Place a lid on and fry for 5 minutes.
Flip the okonomiyaki again and coat with the homemade okonomi sauce and Japanese mayonnaise.
Top with bonito flakes, powdered seaweed and dish up!
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