In a medium-size bowl mix together sourdough discard, soy sauce, and baking soda. Wait to create some bubbles.
Add vegetables cabbage, chili and carrots into the batter and mix well.
Heat the pan or skillet and put oil when it's already hot. Pour mixture into the pan creating a pancake-like shape.
Cook for about 5 minutes under low heat and until golden brown.
Once cooked flip and cook the other side for 5 minutes.
Transfer to a plate and drizzle with mayo and sauce of your choice.
Top with some scallions or sesame seeds.
It's now ready to serve.
I use my homemade vegan mayo for this recipe. This recipe is so versatile you can try to create your own sauce.
The vegetables to be used can vary as long as it can be cooked easily even under low heat.
For the sauce just mix ketchup, soy sauce, maple syrup and Worcestershire sauce.
Nutrition(1 large Okonomiyaki- 3 servings)318 calories per serving | Total Fat 14.3g | Saturated Fat 1.2g | Cholesterol 0mg | Sodium 568mg | Total Carbohydrate 42.1g | Dietary Fiber 2.3g | Total Sugars 13.9g | Protein 5.4g | Calcium 30mg | Iron 3mg | Potassium 228mgNutrition calculation is based on using an online calculator (verywellfit) and for reference use only.
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