Monday, March 3, 2014

Korean Seafood Pancake

Nowadays I watched a lot of Kdrama. Few of  the dramas talk about Korean food.I find Korean food are quite easy and simple to make,not to said it's healthy and light.The only tendentiously down side of Korean food is preparing "banchan" which is side dishes that needed time to clean,cut,slice,marinate and storing before it's can use.I still have 1/2 pack of leftover Korean pancake flour.Looking at my fridge I still have some vegetables which is suitable to make this type of pancake.Why not? It's been awhile since I make this snack for lunch.


2 cups Korean pancake flour mixture(any brand)
200 ml water or more
1 large egg
1 dash of salt

1 large white squid(clean and cut strip)
100 gm small shrimp,clean and peeled

1 large onion,peeled and slice thin
1 large carrot,peeled and shredded
2 handful of mung bean sprout,clean
2 stalks scallion,cut 2 inches each

some corn oil

sweet chili sauce on side for dipping


1:Sieve the pancake mixture in a mixing bowl.Combine eggs,water and salt,mix well with hand or whisker.
2:Add in cut vegetables ,squid and shrimp into the batter,mix well.Heat a  8-10 inch pan or skillet with a few drop of oil at medium high heat.
3:Use a soup ladle to scoop a scoop of batter onto the heated pan.Slowly move the pan to spread the batter evenly into circle shape.pan-fry both side until golden brown,about 5-8 minutes.
4:Remove pancake from pan to a dish.Serve warm with chili sauce or any of your favorite dip.


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