Pajeon – new onion pancake

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    Ingredients :

    • 2 onions
    • 80 g of flour
    • 1 dozen oysters
    • 2 eggs
    • 1 red or green chili
    • salt
    • 1/2 glass of water
    • oil

    Preparation :

    In a bowl put water, salt and flour mix well, then add eggs and mix again.
    Wash spring onions and slice 5 cm even the green, then cut the pepper into strips.
    Add oysters, new onions and red pepper in the bowl and mix.

    Heat a pan and put oil, when it is hot, put a ladleful of the mixture and spread well.Let brown on both sides.
    You must use a lot of oil for cooking, so you have the right amount so that the dishis not too fatty.
    Mix soy sauce, then sesame oil and sesame seeds.
    Serve the pajeon with sauce.

    Astuces : We can add the chili powder in the sauce. ”Pa” mean spring onion “jeon” mean mixture of egg and flour. There are a large variety of Pajeon : beef, pork, kimchi, shellfish and other seafood are mainly used.

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