Okonomiyaki(Kansai style)

Main, pork, Vegetables

Hi, last night I made okonomiyaki(Japanese vegetable pancake). It was super tasty!


Kansai style okonomiyaki

There are two kinds of okonomiyaki in Japan. One is more like a pancake and called Kansai style. Another is called Hiroshima style, and i has layers of each ingredient.Because I was born in Hiroshima I prefer Hiroshima style, but I make Kansai style often too. Today I will show you how to make Kansai style okonomiaki because it is easier to master!

There are some ingredients you can hardly get inside the UK. So I arranged the recipe for English people.








[Ingredients] 2-3 people

  • Cabbage 3 leaves
  • Spring onion 2
  • 5 tablespoons of flour


  • Water 100ml
  • Egg 1
  • Pork  as much as you want
  • 1 tablespoon of grated ginger
  • spaghetti some


[How to make it]

  1. Shred cabbage and spring onion.
  2. Finely chop pork.
  3. Break spaghetti into 2 pieces and overcook in Boiling water. Make sure spaghetti is soft.s__2940936
  4. Make batter. Mix flour, water and an egg in a bowl.
  5. Add cabbage, spring onion, pork, grated ginger and spaghetti into the bowl.
  6. Pour a tablespoon of oil into a hot frying pan.
  7. Pour some of 4. and cook it about for 5 minutes until the surface becomes crispy.
  8. Turn over and cook more. make sure pork is enough cooked.
  9. Serve with sauce.



The recipe of sauce will be updated soon.

4 thoughts on “Okonomiyaki(Kansai style)

  1. I love this recipe. It looks very yummy. “Okonomiyaki”, When I was working, One of my Japanese friends taught me, how to make this. Even my friends also like this recipe. 🙂


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