Third dish of the hot plate fiesta at Emi’s. You’ve seen :
okonomiyaki and her yakisoba. Now we are mixing both.
That’s not something she usually does, but modan-yaki (modern yaki) is a regular offer in Osaka’s okonomiyaki places.
If you have a huge hot plate, you can make it all on it. Otherwise, you can stir-fry the noodles in a frying pan with pork breast and Worcester sauce.
Then on the plate, grill the noodles and more thin slices of pork belly.
The batter-cabbage mix is the same as for okonomiyaki (more here).
Place pork on the noodles.
Cover with batter. Add tenkasu (tempura crumbs), pickled ginger and the rest of pork. Flip.
On the other side, add an egg.
Garnish with sauce, mayonnaise, fish flakes and aonori seaweeds.