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Okonomiyaki is a traditional Japanese dish, likened to a savory pancake that contains various veggies and meats of your choice. Though available throughout Japan, it is primarily associated with the Kansai region – home to Osaka. During your stay in the city, why not try your hand at making your own okonomiyaki?
Yoshito's class was a lot of fun! I really enjoyed making Okonomiyaki with him in his own restaurant! Definitely recommandable!
Seriously this was the best cooking experience we have ever done. We highly recommend this class to anybody who wants to learn an authentic Japanese dish which is doable at home. Yoshito is a great Chef and owns a small, very traditional Okonomiyaki place. Don't expect a printed recipe, Yoshit...
We love the way Miharu made her Okonomiyaki. She made it so simple and easy for us to understand. We recorded the whole process and can't wait to make it at home! She is very friendly and easy going. We chatted so much that day and had a very great time. She also gave us some ingredients for us t...
We had a great time with Mika, she created a very warm and welcoming atmosphere. She invited us into her home and showed us how to make the Takoyaki. She even helped us to get the ingredients in the supermarket! Mika was a very lovely host and we enjoyed the hours with her!
My cooking class with Koneko was simply wonderful. It was a pleasure to spend the afternoon in her apartment learning how to make Okonomiyaki. The recipe was quite simple and I am sure I will be making it again at home. She even took me to the supermarket and bought all the ingredients I would ne...
On average okonomiyaki cooking classes in Osaka cost ¥3944 per person (based on airKitchen prices).
Some of the best okonomiyaki cooking classes for vegetarians in Osaka include Vegan and Vegetarian Okonomiyaki Cooking.
All okonomiyaki cooking classes in Osaka on airKitchen are offered in English.
Some of the best okonomiyaki cooking classes for vegans in Osaka include Vegan and Vegetarian Okonomiyaki Cooking.
Popular cheap okonomiyaki cooking classes in Osaka include Cooking Okonomiyaki and Yakisoba On the iron plate (^o^)／~~ Osaka Sakai City .
Okonomiyaki Cooking is popular with other travelers visiting Osaka.
Please note that this is an example, and classes vary by host.
You first need to mix your okonomiyaki batter, which contains flour and other flavorings like dashi. Then, you'll mix in egg, cabbage, green onion, and other ingredients of your choice into the batter. Note that the recipe will look slightly different if you're making Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, which layers the ingredients instead of mixing them into the batter!
In order to create your savory pancake, you'll pour the batter mixture onto a heated griddle. If you were at a restaurant, they would use a teppan.
Similar to a pancake, you'll need to flip your okonomiyaki so both sides are grilled.
Once your okonomiyaki is cooked, you just have to add the finishing garnishes. Okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese mayonnaise, and nori (seaweed) are typical toppings.
Time to enjoy your okonomiyaki while it's fresh off the griddle and warm!
Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki layers the various ingredients instead of mixing them all together before grilling. In addition, okonomiyaki in Hiroshima will always include fried egg and either yakisoba or udon noodles.
Kansai-style, or Osaka-style, okonomiyaki has all its ingredients mixed together. The mixed batter is grilled on a hot plate, often by the customers themselves at a restaurant.
Modern-yaki, or modan-yaki, always contains fried noodles – most commonly yakisoba or udon. Its name is thought to be derived either from the English word "modern" or the Japanese contraction "mori dakusan," which means a large serving.
As its name suggests, negi-yaki makes use of a large quantity of green onions – negi refers to the Japanese long green onion. This version of okonomiyaki is usually thinner than other versions.
Okonomiyaki is a traditional dish that is made by mixing up the flour batter, the sliced cabbage and the other essential ingredients that are fit for the dish and at the end, it is pan-fried as you would do with a pancake.
Okonomiyaki originates from Osaka and Hiroshima, and there is a very specific way to cook the dish. First of all the batter is made by mixing the flours with the eggs and the shredded cabbage. Later on, other ingredients such as cheese, meat and vegetables are added. Soy sauce or some other sauce that is meant to increase the overall flavour profile is added and the whole thing after some time is cooked like you would cook a pancake.
We urge you to take part in the Okonomiyakicooking class so you can be able to learn the authentic Japanese cuisine with the best of the recipe to commandeer the grip over it.