Korean Pancake

Pancakes come in all shapes and sizes. They also come in lots of different flavors – blueberry, banana, etc. But what about pancakes with meat and veggies? I’m not talking about bacon and potatoes on the side, but actual meat and veggies inside the pancake!

Our friends gave us this package of Korean pancake mix. You’re supposed to mix the batter, then add various veggies and meats to the batter before frying. Annie sliced up some bell pepper and green onion, and also added some shrimp to the mix.

Here is the pancake after frying.

It was good, but could have been better with some kim chee. So the next time we had a bottle of kim chee, we added that to the mixture.

It came out pretty well. I like the tangy, spicy kick that the kimchee gives to the dish.

What do you think would go well in these pancakes?

Aloha, Nate

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4 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Anonymous says:

    Love Korean pancakes!
    along with chopped kim chee, add green onions, chives, mahi and then you’ll have a meal!

    a blogger in mililani

  2. Big Boys Oven says:

    those pancake of yours looks so beautiful…. just maks me want to grab one to put it into my mouth!

  3. Nate 2.0 says:

    Thanks for your comments!

  4. The Cooking Ninja says:

    I have the exact pancake flour from my Korean friend. We did the pancake together with zucchini, carrots and onions. We had them without any dressing. They taste fantastic.

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