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Bacon Okonomiyaki

  • Active Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes

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Okonomiyaki means ‘grilled as you like it’ in Japanese. Some in the U.S. have called it ‘Japanese pizza.’ We’ve substituted a regular sweet potato (or a russet potato) for the more traditional Mountain Yam because those are not easy to find. These yams are really gooey and give a watery, fluffy texture to the pancake. The grated sweet potato or russet potato, plus more baking powder, will help add airiness and texture, but ours will be a little more dense and chewy than what you might find on the streets in Japan. Sounds like we need to book a culinary adventure!

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