I love Okonomiyaki! Keto Okonomiyaki even more!
Seriously whether you do a vegetarian one, or one with thinly slinky sliced pork belly, bacon, whatever, it just tastes totally yum.
This recipe is easily made vegetarian, by leaving out your bacon lardons, and it still tastes amaze-balls.
Making it LCHF was easy, and seeing I have no bakers flour, as I am de-carbing my pantry, it was a no brainer.
If you are not worried about gluten you can use plain flour, or there is even special okonomiyaki flour to use.
Easily made for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Okonomiyaki, will please at any time of the day.
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- 250 g green cabbage
- 2 spring onion sliced thinly
- 1 egg
- 70 g cream cheese
- 80 g almond flour
- 1 tbsp Dashi powder
- 1 tbsp psyllium husks
- 100 g bacon lardons cooked until crispy
- 80 g grated cheese or haloumi this is optional if you want to add more fat, and cheesey goodness
- butter or coconut oil to fry
- Keto Mayonnaise
- 1 - 2 tbsp Okonomi Sauce
Place your cabbage into Thermocooker
Chop 3 seconds / speed 4
Scrap sides of bowl
Add rest of Pancake ingredients, except bacon
Mix 10 seconds / reverse / speed 4
Scrape into a medium glass bowl, and fold through bacon
Your mix should not be wet, but should come together, if it needs more flour, or egg, add this now, as the almond flour is always different in its absorbency
Fry in preheated fry pan in oil or butter, in large patties, turning after a few minutes, and cooking until golden.
Serve drizzled with your mayo, and okonomi sauce