Hiroshimayaki

It's okonomiyaki done Hiroshima style.The same ingredients, the difference being the way its cooked. While in Osaka everything is mixed together, in Hiroshima they make a batter out of flour and water ,than they add the rest while is cooking. Make it without the pork for a vegetarian version.

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directions

  • Mix flour and water to make okonomiyaki batter.
  • Spread a scoop of the batter into a thin round over the pan.
  • Place the cabbage and bean sprouts on top of the batter.
  • Place the noodles on top of the veggies.
  • Place the pork slices on top of the noodles.
  • Pour some okonomiyaki batter over the ingredients.
  • Flip the okonomiyaki over with spatulas.
  • Cook it on low heat until meats and vegetables are cooked.
  • Fry an egg on the side an break the egg yolk .
  • Place the okonomiyaki on top of the fried egg and again press on the top firmly.
  • Serve the okonomiyaki on a plate with the egg side up.
  • Add seasoning and topping and serve while hot.
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"It's okonomiyaki done Hiroshima style.The same ingredients, the difference being the way its cooked. While in Osaka everything is mixed together, in Hiroshima they make a batter out of flour and water ,than they add the rest while is cooking. Make it without the pork for a vegetarian version."
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  1. littlemafia
    It's okonomiyaki done Hiroshima style.The same ingredients, the difference being the way its cooked. While in Osaka everything is mixed together, in Hiroshima they make a batter out of flour and water ,than they add the rest while is cooking. Make it without the pork for a vegetarian version.
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