Pork & Brussels Sprouts Pancake (Okonomiyaki)

If you ever have any leftover cabbage or sprouts, you should really try this recipe, it makes a delicious snack.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)
Serves 2 Prep: 10 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pork belly 150g
Brussels sprouts 200g
Ginger 1 thumb
Eggs 2
Fried onions 2 tsp
Plain flour 2 tsp
Baking powder 1.5 tsp
Yam (grated) 1-2 tbsp
Dashi broth 1 tsp

Method

1
Thinly slice the pork and season with salt and pepper. Cut the bottoms off the sprouts then cut into thin strips. Finely chop the ginger.
2
Put the flour and baking powder in a bowl and mix together. Make a hollow in the centre and add the dashi broth and mix. Add the grated yam if you have (or milk if you don't have it).
3
Add the beaten eggs and sprouts, ginger and fried onions and mix thoroughly to combine.
4
Heat a frying pan on medium heat and add the oil. Fry half the pork belly. When it's half cooked, pour in half of Step 3 and spread out over the pork, it should be about 1.5-2cm thick. Put the lid on and fry.
5
When nicely browned, take off the lid and turn it over. Fry the other side. Remove to a serving dish.
6
Repeat to make two pancakes. Serve with your favourite condiment such as brown sauce, Worcester sauce, tonkatsu sauce or mayonnaise and some mustard alongside.
7
You could top with green laver or bonito flakes.
8
These are ready fried shallots, quite handy, also good for adding to noodle soups.

Tips & Note

●You can add roughly chopped spring onions in place of part of the brussels sprouts if you like

Pork & Brussels Sprouts Pancake (Okonomiyaki)

If you ever have any leftover cabbage or sprouts, you should really try this recipe, it makes a delicious snack.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)

Serves 2

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pork belly 150g
Brussels sprouts 200g
Ginger 1 thumb
Eggs 2
Fried onions 2 tsp
Plain flour 2 tsp
Baking powder 1.5 tsp
Yam (grated) 1-2 tbsp
Dashi broth 1 tsp

Pork & Brussels Sprouts Pancake (Okonomiyaki)

Recipe ID :1032 Posted on 27 AUG 2015

Serves 2

Prep 10min
Cook 15min
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If you ever have any leftover cabbage or sprouts, you should really try this recipe, it makes a delicious snack.

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150g
200g
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2 tsp
1.5 tsp
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1 tsp

Method

Prep
10min
Cook
15min
1
Thinly slice the pork and season with salt and pepper. Cut the bottoms off the sprouts then cut into thin strips. Finely chop the ginger.
2
Put the flour and baking powder in a bowl and mix together. Make a hollow in the centre and add the dashi broth and mix. Add the grated yam if you have (or milk if you don't have it).
3
Add the beaten eggs and sprouts, ginger and fried onions and mix thoroughly to combine.
4
Heat a frying pan on medium heat and add the oil. Fry half the pork belly. When it's half cooked, pour in half of Step 3 and spread out over the pork, it should be about 1.5-2cm thick. Put the lid on and fry.
5
When nicely browned, take off the lid and turn it over. Fry the other side. Remove to a serving dish.
6
Repeat to make two pancakes. Serve with your favourite condiment such as brown sauce, Worcester sauce, tonkatsu sauce or mayonnaise and some mustard alongside.
7
You could top with green laver or bonito flakes.
8
These are ready fried shallots, quite handy, also good for adding to noodle soups.

Tips & Note

●You can add roughly chopped spring onions in place of part of the brussels sprouts if you like

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