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Okonomiyaki

Rated as 3.85 out of 5 Stars

"'Okonomi' means 'whatever you like' and 'yaki' means 'cook or fry.' Serve with your favorite sauce: sweet and sour, Tonkatsu, sweet chili, etc."
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Ingredients

27 m servings 156 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. In a large bowl, mix chicken, cabbage, carrots, green onions, green beans, green bell pepper and zucchini. In a separate bowl, beat together eggs, flour, chicken stock and soy sauce. Pour batter over chicken mixture and toss to thoroughly coat.
  2. Mix vegetable oil and sesame oil in a skillet over medium heat. Scoop about 1/4 cup batter into skillet, enough to make a 2 1/2 inch circle. Cover and cook 4 minutes, or until bottom is golden brown. Flip and continue cooking 4 minutes, or until cooked through. Drain on paper towels.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 156 calories; 4.5 g fat; 16.1 g carbohydrates; 12.7 g protein; 112 mg cholesterol; 279 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I love this, and I usually put strips of bacon on the pan and pur the batter over that so the bacon gets crispy. My favorite sauce is mayo (Japanese kind are the best!) and tonkatsu sauce.

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Hi,I wanted to share mine.I am a Japanese and,I thought that I could help others to make more authentic one. my mom used to use corn kennel,shredded cabbage,shredded carrots,Chikuwa(you can find...

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Hi,I wanted to share mine.I am a Japanese and,I thought that I could help others to make more authentic one. my mom used to use corn kennel,shredded cabbage,shredded carrots,Chikuwa(you can find...

Not a very authentic okonomiyaki... the reason so many people find the batter bland is because you need to use okonomiyaki flour (a specially seasoned flour) for this... which can be found at mo...

I love this, and I usually put strips of bacon on the pan and pur the batter over that so the bacon gets crispy. My favorite sauce is mayo (Japanese kind are the best!) and tonkatsu sauce.

This is an excellent dish but as stated before, it is better with Okonomiyaki Flour, which is seasoned. If you cannot find the flour, you can add a little seasoning salt to the flour to make it ...

I had to make a lot of substitutions because of the veg I did/didn't have. So the flavor of this exact recipe I can't really comment on. Our version used chicken, napa, carrots, a regular onion,...

I loved this recipe because it was full of healthy veggies. I thought it needed some salt so I may add more soy sauce or add about half a teaspoon next time. It was great with Tonkatsu sauce, ...

I see so much potential in this dish. I love that there's so many vegetables. But the batter was too doughy and there wasn't enough flavor. I have seen other okonomiyaki recipes using dashi and ...

I made this for my family last night and everyone loved it. I am not a great cook, but it was very easy. My kids asked for seconds and my husband actually said he could eat this for dinner eve...

I made this with plain white flour, and used chopped cabbage, chopped zucchini, bell pepper, and seafood sticks. It was very easy to do and came out really flavorful and my husband liked it too...