By Bergy on October 29, 2002
"Wonderful Appetizer! You can also make these to take along on a picnic - keep in a cooler if you use shrimp or other meat or have them vegetarian. Try using left over chicken, vegetables or other meats. In Korea this is called "Pajon" and is a typical street vendor food. Use chopsticks or you fingers. This recipe was originally from Eating Well Magazine (1993)"
Serving Size: 1 (106 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"This was a lot of FUN! We just loved this. I used 1 tablespoon vinegar in place of 1 1/2 teaspoon. Also added fresh grated ginger and hot sesame oil. All for the dipping sauce. I did need more egg for the second batter. Skipped the chives. Thanks for a great recipe."
"Good start but it needed something. What? I don't know. Loved the sauce."
"DH loved these. I made this as an appetizer for two pancakes. Be sure to cut the veggies into small chunks, The first one I made didn't come out as good as the second. Served with Recipe #83203, Recipe #30457 and Recipe #30769. Great meal."
"This was great! I had the weirdest craving for a pancake like this (even tho ive never had one before...weird) and this recipe satisfied it soooo well...Don't expect something like a scallion pancake, as this definitely is much egg-ier, but i thought it was GREAT. The dipping sauce was really good. This made more than 4 pancakes, but we might have just made them smaller..we used it to serve about 5 people for a dinner main dish. so good! (used leftover chicken instead of shrimp, and cooked it in some sesame oil instead of veggie). i cant wait to eat the leftovers tomorrow (i tasted it cold too, tastes yummy!) xD"
"The dipping sauce was great! I added a little sliced lemongrass and juice along with some hot chili oil. I really wasn't a fan of the pancake. For me, there were too many eggs. Maybe I will try this again without so many eggs, but I did love the sauce!"