Flickr Find: Korean Pancakes (Pa Jeon)

This recipe is a little late for Pancake Day, but it's still a great weeknight dinner. It will clear out your pantry and your fridge, and leave you with a delicious meal!

Korean pancakes are made with just a few ingredients, and they're very adaptable to any leftover vegetables and meat or seafood too. They're a little like omelets: try any combinations that sound good to you. The basic batter has eggs, oil, rice flour, and regular flour.

The recipe can be found at the charming food blog, Pithy and Cleaver:

Get the recipe: Pancakes for Dinner: Vegetarian Pa Jeon

Related: Cooking Korean: Soondubu jjigae

(Image: Flickr member maggiephotos licensed for use under Creative Commons)

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