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Okonomiyaki in the Oven

Okonomiyaki in the Oven

The size and impact are both big.
It's made in the oven, so you can make 1 big okonomiyaki at once! You can use mayonnaise to squeeze letters on it too.

Ingredients: Serves 6 - 10

This recipe triples the ingredients from Recipe ID: 893421
Cabbage
800 g
Green onions
6
Thinly sliced pork (or ham)
300 g
Tempura crumbs
100 g
◎Cake flour
300 g
◎Katakuriko
60 g
◎Baking powder
15 g
◆Eggs
3
◆Soy sauce, sugar, dashi stock granules
1 tablespoon each
◆Salt
a small amount
Water
around 500 ml

Steps

1. Prep: Roughly chop the cabbage. Finely chop the green onions. Beat the eggs. Cube the ham to 1-2 cm and preheat the oven.
2. Combine ◎ ingredients in a bowl. Add ◆ ingredients. Add water in 2 - 3 batches and mix.
3. When the batter is no longer lumpy, add cabbage, green onions and tempura crumbs and mix. Mix, mix, mix.
4. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and plop the okonomiyaki batter right into the middle of the pan! Spread it out into a square shape.
5. If using ham, cut into 1 - 2 cm cubes and mix into the batter. This time I used thinly sliced pork, made layers by covering the topped pork with more batter.
6. Cover loosely with aluminum foil and bake for 40 minutes at 200ºC.
7. After 40 minutes, remove the aluminum foil and bake until golden brown (about 10 minutes). When it has finished baking, top with sauce, mayonnaise, aonori, and bonito flakes and it's done.
8. I don't have a large serving dish, so I made a space on the table, put aluminum foil and plopped it down. The size of the finished Okonomiyaki is 20 x 30 cm.
9. Related recipe: Cake-style Okonomiyaki, Recipe ID: 1331292

Story Behind this Recipe

When I'm having an okonomiyaki party at home, it takes a lot of time to fry each okonomiyaki one by one, so I made it all at once in the oven.
I made this using triple the ingredients from Recipe ID: 893421