KOREAN SEAFOOD PANCAKE (HAEMUL PAJEON)

KOREAN SEAFOOD PANCAKE (HAEMUL PAJEON)

By Đường Linh
50’ Prep time
25’ Cook time
75’ Total time
219 Calories
6 Serving

Summary

Korean Seafood Pancake (Haemul Pajeon). A crispy chewy aromatic onion pancake topped off with squid rings and shrimp. A popular appetizer, snack or side dish in Korean cuisine that will keep your taste buds salivating for more. Easy to make at home and in less than 30 minutes!
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Step by Step

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Step 1

In a large mixing bowl, add all-purpose flour, garlic powder and salt. Whisk together until combined. Then add sliced green onion, yellow onion, and water. Mix well until the batter is sticky and has covered all your onions.

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Step 2

In a non-stick pan set over medium heat, add neutral oil, and let it become hot. To test if it’s hot enough, place a wooden chopstick into the oil and look for bubbles. Then carefully scrape your batter into the hot oil with a silicone spatula.

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Step 3

Spread the batter evenly in the pan and flatten down firmly. Sprinkle and press diced shrimp and squid over top, then pour the beaten eggs over top. Allow this to cook uncovered for 7-8 minutes or until the bottom is golden crispy brown with slight charring.

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Step 4

Flip the pancake over with the assistance of a large plate by sliding the pancake onto the plate and then flipping the uncooked side of the pancake into the pan. Fry on the other side for 3-4 minutes until the shrimp is pink. Slice on a cutting board and enjoy with the dipping sauce!

Ingredient

  • Squid
    Squid
    400 piece
  • Salt
    Salt
    20 gram
  • Chicken egg
    Chicken egg
    2 piece
  • Olive oil
    Olive oil
    100 ml
  • Shrimp
    Shrimp
    250 gram
  • Onion
    Onion
    20 bulb

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