This was really yummy and I’ll make it again with different toppings (you can treat it like a pizza). It is much easier than it sounds and totally worth it! Mix egg with water and cassava flour.

Flip the completed okonomiyaki over. Add the batter to my 8 in a non-stick pan with heated avocado oil, and fry for about 7-10 mins on one side until golden brown and flip it on the other slide and cook for about 7 more minutes.

Or pre-drinking food, for that matter. We hope you will find one or two recipes you’ll enjoy making. Heat and oil a large skillet or iron plate. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Begin by chopping your green onion and cabbage. Pour in 1¼ cups (300ml) water. Sure, there are plenty of online classes on cooking classic Japanese cuisine at home, but for those of us with less advanced cooking skills, Cup Noodle maker Nissin has released a simple recipe for express okonomiyaki with just a handful of ingredients. Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki (Japanese Savory Pancake). Put noodles in a bowl. Cook it on low heat until meats and vegetables are cooked.

Flip the okonomiyaki over with spatulas. Spread a scoop of the batter into a thin round over the pan. The key to making these extra-fluffy, super-tall pancakes is to use whipped egg whites in the batter and to cook them in a metal ring mold. Hiroshima style okonomiyaki, is unique to the prefecture of Hiroshima where the pancake ingredients are cooked in separate layers. Make sure the pan is evenly heated before the next step or the okonomiyaki will have trouble taking shape. Crack an egg in a bowl and break the yolk before pouring in the first pan to the side of the okonomiyaki. If you love pancakes and pan fried noodles, you are going to enjoy this Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki (Japanese Layered Pancakes). We were told it was a specialty of Hiroshima -- some kind of pancake like noodle dish. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "how you like" or "what you like", and yaki meaning "cooked" (usually fried). I would have freaked a little. It was extremely popular as you can see from the line outside. Those scallops look DELISH-USH!!

If you’re anything like us, the last few months have involved a lot more instant ramen and ready-to-eat meals than sourdough starters and fancy onigiri. It was extremely popular as you can see from the line outside. Sprinkle chopped green onion, katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes) and aonori on top. Fry an egg on the side and break the egg yolk with spatula. I haven’t, but I told ya I’m on a mission to explore Japanese flavors and cooking techniques so this morning I decided to try a Japanese cabbage pancake (Okinomiyaki). Now the fun part, take a frying pan or hot plate and grease with a splash of vegetable oil and place on medium heat. (Flipping is the hardest part, you have to do it carefully so it doesn’t break.). The final touch is to sprinkle the spring onion, aonori seaweed, katsuobushi and pickled ginger on the top. Repeat the whole process again for the second okonomiyaki and you’re done. … If you’ve got instant ramen at home, you can make this Japanese soul food in minutes. What makes Japanese pancakes so fluffy and tall? Place a handful of shredded cabbage on the pancake and 4 half slices of bacon on the cabbage.