[For the batter] Grate the nagaimo yams, add in flour and baking powder, pour in the dashi soup stock broth, and mix together thoroughly.
Mixing the ingredients for each pancake: In a bowl, mix the finely chopped cabbage with the batter from Step 1, the tempura crumbs and egg.
Cooking the pancakes: Fry the thoroughly mixed batter in a pan. Lay pork on top, and flip over once it has browned.
To finish: Flip over again once the meat has cooked. Top with the sauce and mayonnaise, add bonito flakes and aonori, and you are done!
Story Behind this Recipe
I learned this from my wife. Adding lots of nagaimo yams is the trick! You can also add sakura shrimp, konnyaku, and chikuwa.
The amount of nagaimo yams used is the deciding factor. You could add more if you wish. Add as much cabbage and green onions as you like. The batter doesn't use much flour, so you don't have to worry about it cooking all the way through! You just have to brown it.