Janet started all this with this post on okonomiyaki.
Upon request, she brought me a pack of okonomiyaki flour and a bottle of okonomiyaki sauce when she visited me a few weeks ago. I immediately tried it and was hooked! I ate it four nights in a row. Partly because of addiction and partly because of practical reasons. (I didn’t want the huge cabbage I bought to go to waste.)
I tried different things each time: adding bacon, slivers of sausages, shrimp, cheese, whole eggs, nori. It was really fun to make too! The final product may look fancy, but it’s terribly easy to do. Just like a making a pancake. Flipping the entire thing was a challenge too. Thankfully, I managed and didn’t end up with okonomiyaki-on-the-floor. (Thanks to all the cooking shows that “taught” me how to do it!)