Friday, May 20, 2011

Sweet Korean Pancakes

I love all kinds of pancakes, but when I came across this item I was interested. It's a premade package of korean pancakes. Usually found in korean stores. I also love green tea and so I was eager to make these pancakes, even though I had no idea what it would taste like. It's a korean pancake but it was actually similiar to one of my father-in-law's griddle cakes. It's almost the same method except this version is healthier and a lot tastier. It has a crispy and chewing texture with an oozing peanut syrup. My husband loved it. It's sweet, but not to sweet. One of my favorites to make as a snack.


You just follow the directions on the back. It comes with a flour packet, yeast packet, and filling packet. Mix the yeast with water and add it directly to the flour. Mix well. Oil your hands and divide the dough into balls. The packet suggest that it makes about 10 pancakes, but I was able to make more palm-size pancakes. Once the dough is divided, keep hands oiled and flatten dough in palms to form a flat disk. Cut open the filling packet and spoon a teaspoon of the filling into the center. Carefully, roll up the egdes of the flat disk and roll out into a ball. Heat a skillet with oil, flatten the pancakes down and cook pancakes for about 1-2 minutes on each side until golden brown. The filling will be very hot and might ooze out, but that's okay. Just be careful when eating it hot. I love eating it with a cup of coffee or a scoop of ice cream. 

the green tea pancakes were a nice gree color

nice crispy outside and chewy texture inside filled with peanut syrupy sweetness

hubby is not a pancake lover, but he loves these


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