Korean Pancakes-Pajun

The Blog Tech and his father were very happy campers when they saw that I made these for their lunch yesterday. These are very easy to make and extremely delicious.
Mix 2 C. of flour with 1-1/2 C. of water, 1 egg and 1 tsp. of salt.  Add 2 cups of shredded cabbage, 2 shredded carrots and a bunch of green onions cut in half and into 2 inch pieces.  Mix this all together and sit it aside while you make the dipping sauce.

Mix 1/2 C. of soy sauce, 1 tsp. fish sauce, 1/4 C. water, 2 T. brown sugar, 1 T. rice wine vinegar, 2 cloves of minced garlic, red pepper flakes to taste, 2 tsp. toasted sesame seeds and 2 T. sesame oil.  Place this in the microwave for 2 minutes until the sugar dissolves.

Use a large spoon and scoop the batter into a pan coated in canola oil and a bit of sesame oil.

Flatten them and cook over medium high heat until crunchy on the outside and done on the inside.
Serve with the dipping sauce on the side. You can substitute rice flour for regular flour is you wish.


Comments

Laurie M said…
they look so good!!!
Susan said…
YES! Rice flour! I can make these!
jody said…
Omg! Love these! Both my korean neighbor and japanese friend while traveling in th military made these for me! Just might have to sto and get cabbage while out and about! Yum!
Patty Woodland said…
I can understand why - the hubby would like these
Nellie said…
These sound delicious!
Looks like something I would like but I wonder if I can find rice flour, In think there still is an Asian store in the town nearby.

Have a great day!
Christer.
Barb said…
No wonder the blog tech and his father were happy! That looks delicious.
kymber said…
Jaz - i love paejon!!! we eat it regularly and at any meal time. one question tho - your dipping sauce is very similar to mine (i add more garlic because i looooove it garlicky!!!), but i also add fresh crushed ginger. and i don't heat our dipping sauce - i actually make it ahead of time, stir and stir and stir the sugar and then refrigerate it. just wanted to pass that on to you.

guess what i am having for breakfast tomorrow? you guessed it!!!
Marsha said…
This looks and sounds quite delicious - thank you for your careful instructions! I believe I can make these!
chickpea678 said…
Now you're making Korean food! Thanks for the tip about the rice flour! ;-)
TARYTERRE said…
Those look scrumptious.
Mystica said…
I am definitely doing this. I am often a silent reader of your blog but this time I had to say that this looks absolutely gorgeous. All your food is - the problem is that sometimes most of the ingredients are unavailable here!!!
Deb said…

Wow they look good. We're off wheat at the moment so rice flour will substitute.
Kay said…
My mouth is actually watering! Yuuum!