This is seriously the easiest "Recipe" ever. If you have ever had Korean bbq this is what a Korean Pancake is.
1/4 cup flour
2/3 cup water
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. I use an entire bundle of scallions for this. The mixture should be very very loose more like a liquid than an actual batter, even thinner than crepe batter. I like to mix the soy sauce in before cooking so that the flavor is incorporated. Use a cooking spray or vegetable oil to coat the bottom of a non stick skillet, and dump your mixture in after the oil is nice and hot.
Wait till you see a crispy outside and bubbles forming before you flip it. This actually takes a surprising amount of time. Close to 20 minutes I would say, flip after about 10. The scallions will be nice and soft and the dough turns out really smooth and slightly chewy, seriously one of the best textures ever. I like to take it off the stove while the middle is still slightly moist, but that is totally up to you. I have no idea how flour and water creates something so amazing.
I guarantee you have seen people grow scallions on pinterest. Let me tell you it works completely !! They grow faster than weeds. Within 3 days you have a new harvest. Just put the root ends in water and be amazed.
What is your easy go to food that can be made from super simple ingredients ?
Mmmm this sounds good. I've always wondered if that trick worked for scallions! I'll have to try it now. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Yummy! I REALLY need to cook at home more often and simple stuff like this is catching my eye. I'm definitely going to try this out!ReplyDelete
you guys should really try it. korean pancakes are soo deliciously perfect. i was stoked it turned out so well!ReplyDelete