Haemul-pajeon It’s round. It’s fried. It’s a pancake. But its special dipping sauce is made of soy sauce and other ingredients and sometimes you might want to eat this with a bowl of warm rice. Haemul pajeon (해물파전), or the seafood green onion pancake, is usually eaten as a snack in Korea. People also love this crunchy-chewy dish that requires really gorgeous stalks of green onions and a mix of fresh seafood.
Making this actually does not require hard-to-find ingredients, but the real challenge here lies in flipping the pancake. With such a heavy amount of ingredients folded in with the pancake batter, the flipping portion would require practice and an inordinate amount of patience. Regardless this Korean food is best shared with friends and endlessly dipped in that specially-made sauce. And then the day ends perfect.
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