Cabbage and Ginger Pickle Pizza

What’s round and topped with cabbage, ginger pickles, bean sprouts, mayonnaise, otafuku sauce and dried fish shavings? Okonomiyaki pizza, of course!

The beloved Osaka “omelet” is traditionally made with an eggy batter that includes shredded slimy yams, but Shakeys gives it a Western-style twist by piling all the ingredients onto a pizza crust instead. Pass the seaweed, please!

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Jonelle Patrick writes novels set in Japan, produces the monthly e-magazine Japanagram, and blogs at Only In Japan and The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had

Published by Jonelle Patrick

Writes all the Japan things.

3 thoughts on “Cabbage and Ginger Pickle Pizza

  1. As with so many — though by no means all — of the food oddities you surface for us, Jonelle, I find this kind of appealing.

    So, what are you having for Thanksgiving dinner?

    1. I went out for paella with my friend Ayumi! The place where I live now doesn’t have an oven, so pretty much all the traditional foods weren’t even in the realm of possibility. Never realized before how much we rely on baking!

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