Sunday, June 27, 2010

EAT: jeon



Best way to get rid of some straggling vegetables in the fridge:  savory Korean pancakes (jeon or buchim)!

It occurred to me whilst cooking that I should take some pictures and post them-- I don't have the mindset of a blogger yet--must photograph everything! 

I love making these at home because I can add a lot of veggies!  The beauty of this dish is that you can add absolutely anything that suits your taste.  I've added chopped onions, asian chives (puchu), garlic, zucchini, watercress, green onions, and ground turkey meat. 

You can purchase pre-made flour mix or make it from scratch (flour, eggs, salt, pepper).  I forgot to take a picture of the dipping sauce: apple cider vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil/seeds, red chili flakes, green onions, and agave syrup.


6 comments:

  1. thanks for commenting! I have that same korean pancake mix at my house =)

    Yea I think they are the same pretty much except BB creams have more additive properties which I prefer. Like an enhanced tinted moisturizer

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  2. WOOWWW YUMMMMYYYY, i could eat 5 of those, I love savoury pancakes like this!!! thanks for sharing Pea :)

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  3. omggggg I need to go buy this mix at the korean market...it looks amazing! Thank you for posting photos...

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  4. Oh that looks delicious!! Nice job!

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  5. OMGGG that looks sooo crazy delicious!! i love korean seafood pancake especially when it's like soo crispy and crunchy on the outside!

    yes! i have a curly hair tutorial on my to do this next week look out for it sometime this month hon :)!

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  6. It looks really delicious .... amazing dish

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