What Is Okonomiyaki?
Okonomiyaki is a simple and wonderful street food from Osaka. It is a delicious Japanese pancake that can be made with different fillings and sauces. The most important thing, though, is the combination of eggs, flour, and cabbage in the dough.
Its main ingredients are dashi broth, wheat flour, shredded cabbage, crispy tenka chunks, an egg, and mountain yam. Okonomiyaki is deep-fried and served with a variety of sauces and garnishes such as aonori (dried seaweed), scrambled eggs, or katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes).
What to Serve with Okonomiyaki?
Okonomiyaki is best when served on its own, as a small meal or a large snack. If you really wanted to bulk the meal out a little, you could cook some noodles and toss them in a simple sauce.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Okonomiyaki:
How To Store Okonomiyaki?
To store these pancakes, wrap each individual one in foil and then place it in a freezer bag. Keep the pancakes in the fridge for three days, or in the freezer for a month. When you want it, defrost it to room temperature first, and then heat it through in an oven.