Servings: 6 to 8
Known as pa jun in Korean (pa means scallion, and jun refers to battered, fried foods), these savory pancakes are more tender than their crispy Chinese counterparts. Paired with a spicy soy dipping sauce, they make a scrumptious snack, appetizer, or side dish.
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Delicious, and quick, enjoyed by all!
The sauce was excellent and has become our go-to sauce for potstickers. The pancakes were doughy and the texture was not pleasing-- I would cut the scallion pieces a bit smaller. Also, the pancakes might benefit from a little leavening or something.
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