We use soybean flour with a lot of protein, not flour. Yam is a treasure trove of vitamins and minerals. In addition, cabbage contains vitamins C.K and U. This is a recipe to prevent summer fatigue. The degree of grilling is the same as okonomiyaki for humans.
Soak kelp in a pot in water for at least 1 hour, then put the kezuri flour in a tea bag and bring to a boil to make soup stock. I used our old man's kibinago for soup stock.
Stir the pork and cabbage in advance. Stir fry and then let cool.
Allow the dashi to cool, then mix it with the soybean flour. After mixing well so that there are no lumps, add grated cabbage and yam to it and mix again.
Heat olive oil in a frying pan to bake the dough. While the dough is soft, place the pork on top. After baking to a certain extent, turn the dough upside down (please judge the degree of baking at the time of cooking)
After that, top it with leftover pork, green laver, kezuri bushi, and dried bonito flakes, and have it ♪
It is OK to put vegetables other than cabbage in the dough. If you add vegetables that you don't usually eat, etc., they will eat them.