Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Korean Pancake Update...

Jeff made Korean pancakes again on Monday night so I got pics of the finished product. SOOOO delicious.


소고기 파전
sogogi pajeon
beef and onion pancakes Korean style



Lot's of veggies and spices, and like Tracey Broome's comment about her neighbors gift of pancakes on my last post, watercress is one of them.
Robert Young is here until Sunday night. It is looking like Saturday may be the day that I can give him the Seagrove pottery tour. Of course anyone is welcome to stop in and visit here anytime... we will be knee deep in glazing pots and loading kilns, but we would be happy for a break to introduce you to Robert.

9 comments:

  1. Those look very appetizing. I'll have to look up the recipe.

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  2. Darn, I can't find the recipe on line for the beef version. Do you think you could share the recipe. I'd love to make this.

    I found a seafood version and a dipping sauce to go with it; but nothing with beef.

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  3. those look good.
    I want to make a summer curry....

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  4. June, we didn't use a recipe - Jeff shredded leftover steak, put it in a bowl and added a little sauce (may have been Korean BBQ sauce). We've been playing with adding different veggies.
    Here is a fun video about making Hae Mul Pa Jeon (seafood pancake). We really like the red pepper threads that are used in the videol

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  5. Thanks Michele. I'll try it that and the seafood one as well. Jim loves appetizers but I think with the meat or seafood, it could be dinner.

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  6. These look delicious, I'll be happy to make a veggie version.

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  7. they almost remind me of a fritatta cooked on top of the stove instead of the oven.

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  8. Linda, they do sort of look like that but there is no egg in these. In Korea, they will sometimes pour an egg over the top and eat them for breakfast.

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