Green onion pancake is easy to make. You can keep them in the freezer and take them out to fry anytime.
Prep Time: 30 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
1 bundle of green onions chopped
3 cups of all purpose flour
1 cup of water
- Boil the water either on the stove or through the coffee maker.
- Use a big bowl, add the flour, then slowly pour the boiling water over the flour while stirring. The flour should turn into bread dough consistency.
- Fold the dough over and over until it is consistent. Sprinkle extra flour if it's too sticky.
- Break off a handful of dough, and roll it out with a rolling pin like a pie crust. Make sure to dust the surface of the table or use wax paper so it doesn't stick.
- Spread Crisco over the top of the flat dough. Sprinkle salt, pepper, and green onion over the Crisco.
- From one edge, start rolling up the dough into a tube shape wrapping over the green onion (like wrapping sushi). Make sure you roll your dough pretty tightly.
- With the tube-shape dough, take one end and roll it into a cinnamon-roll shape. Tuck the end into the center.
- Sprinkle some flour over the cinnamon-roll shape dough, now roll it flat again. If you like the pancake thin, roll it out thin. If you like it thick, then don't flatten it too much.
- Add some oil in the frying pan, use medium heat, and fry the pancake until both sides are brown and crispy.
- Serve with soy sauce, sesame oil, chilly sauce and vinegar if you wish.
If you have a hard time rolling, you'll have to wait til I can make a video of this process...