Dipping sauce for korean pancake and braised silken tofu


Korean mung bean pancakes, called bindaetteok, are a delicious, savory, irresistible meal in themselves. Packed with ingredients: ground mung beans, rice, kimchi, pork, vegetables, egg, and full of seasonings, they are hearty and unforgettable. I make the pancakes in big batches & keep the leftovers in the freezer, wrapping them individually in plastic wrap và then putting the wrapped pancakes into a zipper-lock bag. Whenever I want one or two as a quick meal, I thaw them out and pan fry them with a few drops of vegetable oil.

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Korean pancakes are an essential part of Korean cuisine, và I knew that when I wrote Real Korean Cooking I needed a whole chapter devoted to lớn them. Between my book & my website I’ve still barely begun lớn post all the recipes for the many varieties of Korean pancakes!

When I was in university, me and my friends used to go lớn the bindaetteok place và have a pancake with makgeolli. Those two really go well together! and both are pretty filling, so in the course of eating and drinking together we consumed a complete, well-rounded meal.

This recipe is the same one in my cookbook, và the same one I’ve been using for years và years. I learned it from my friend whose parents-in-law were born in North Korea & taught her their local version of this dish. Complete credit for this goes to my friend in Korea who first showed it lớn me. As her parents-in-law shared it with her, I cốt truyện it with you.

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The fernbrake (gosari) is traditionally foraged in the wild, but can be found these days in most Korean supermarkets. It can take some some effort lớn find but really adds an earthy dimension khổng lồ this dish that makes it unique. But if you can’t find it, skip it.

Enjoy the recipe!


Ingredients (Makes 6 pancakes)1 tablespoon vinegar4 ounces ground pork4 ounces (about ¾ cup) well-fermented napa cabbage kimchi, chopped1 large egg4 green onions chopped2 garlic cloves, minced¼ teaspoon ground đen peppervegetable oilDirectionsCombine the soy sauce & vinegar in a small bowl lớn make the dipping sauce. Mix aside.Heat a skillet over medium high heat. Add 1 khổng lồ 2 tablespoons vegetable oil & swirl it around lớn coat the bottom of the pan.Turn it over & cook until the second side turns light golden brown, another 2 minutes. Turn it over once more and cook another 2 minutes on the first side. Add more vegetable oil to lớn the pan if needed.Serve immediately with the dipping sauce on the side.


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