Saturday, 28 February 2015

FOOD:HOTTEOK RECIPE (KOREAN PANCAKE)

My dear readers,

Just made this Korean pancake for breakfast because I am bore with the usual pancake I have.

This is a Korean pancake.  You can change the filling according to your preference.
I just change a little by adding the sausages on top of the pancake for fun. I like adding a little meat. *hahahaha*


Korean Hotteok has sweet fillings such as brown sugar or honey and is eaten during winter.  It is one of the street food but well you can always make it at home yourself =) .  It is actually easy and not difficult at all.
FOOD:HOTTEOK RECIPE (KOREAN PANCAKE)

Dough:
1 cups of wheat flour
1/2 cup water
milk (you can add a little milk powder if you are not allergic to it)
1tbs sugar
1 tbs yeast
1.  Mix the water, milk (you can add a little milk powder if you are not allergic to it), sugar, yeast together.  Stir well.
2,  Add in the wheat flour or you can use all purpose flour and mix it.
3.  Let it seat for about 1/2 hour and then knead it a little.
4. Leave for another 10 minutes.



Fillings:
two leaves of cabbages cut into strips
1/2 carrots strips
2 stick of sausages cut into the circles shape

You can create your own fillings.  I am health conscious so the traditional fillings as brown sugar or cheese is too high in calories for me so I decided to just use vegetables.

1. Mix all the vegetables together.  You can either mix the sausages together or leave it aside.


Make the Hotteok:
1.  Just knead the dough together again and then make it into 4 balls.
2. Then just take the ball and put the fillings in the centre. Then knead it into a ball.
Okay, here I cheated because I am lousy in kneading it into a ball so I actually separate the balls into two. Then put the fillings in between the two dough and sealed the side. *embarrassed*
3.  Then heat the pan and cooked the hotteok.  Press on the hotteok and turn to another side when the bottom become golden brown.
4.  Serve it hot.


I think it is good for tea or for breakfast.  Try it yourself at home.

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8 comments:

  1. OMG! Dis looks good.. I ate a lot of hotteok when I visit korea. Tasted the brown sugar version and the busan version with some nuts and sorts. Didn't manage to try those with vegetable fillings. And yours is so special, filing in the outside just like a malaysian pancake. Nice and easy. I must try.. :D

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  2. Thank you Naive! This is very much low in calories too than brown sugar! Not to mention very healthy too =) .

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  3. Great! Glad I seen this. I need to hunt for some stuffs but dont feel the need to spend too much time browsing or going around for bargain. This works great for me. Thanks for this post..

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  4. Thank you Kim that you find this helpful!

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  5. God, My korean roomate always did this when she was here! I always wanted to have the recipe because they're quick and easy and REAAAAALLY GOOD.
    Thank you so much for sharing this post with us!!! <3

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  6. Thank you @Angiu Dantès ! You are welcome. I know it is really good. You can have different fillings such as cheese or the brown sugar. Mine is overflowing because am greedy > <

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  7. I prefer the one with brown sugar and hazelnuts in :Q I lean more into sweets eheh

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  8. @Angiu Dantès Sure. =) The filling is up to you =) . Sweet dish is sure appealing.hehehehe

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