All ingenious is simple! But she somehow did not think to do so. Yesterday I was visiting my son and his wife gave us these stuffed pancakes. She metiska-Korean with German roots, so the kitchen is very peculiar, and I have much to learn.
|Cooking time 120 minutes||Number of servings 4|
Add salt, vegetable oil and egg, stir.
Put the flour and mix well with a whisk to avoid lumps.
Cover the dough with a towel and put in warm place to rise for 1 hour.
While the dough is rising, prepare the filling. Onion peel and cut into small cubes. On a hot frying pan, pour vegetable oil and fry the onion 2 minutes until translucent.
Add the minced meat, stir. Fry until cooked. It tastes better if the stuffing is fried.
Put the salt. Stir. Remove to cool.
For the filling you will need carrots in Korean. Can of course buy ready-made, but it is better to make your own. The website contains a lot of variety of recipes of its cooking. I recently uploaded a recipe for carrots in Korean. http://www.povarenok .ru/recipes/show/138 132/
To the cooled fried minced meat, put the Korean carrot, stir, leave to soak.
Take coming up the pancake batter.
Heated pan (preferably pancake) lubricating oil, pour a ladle of dough, distribute it over the surface of the pan. Bake on medium heat (I have 4-5 of 6). As soon as the dough will change color, flip the pancake.
Bake for about a minute on the reverse side. Remove the finished pancake on a plate.
When baking periodically grease the pan with oil.
Of this amount, I got 12 pancakes.
Allow the pancakes to cool.
Put the pancake on a cutting Board in the middle to the edge, put 2 tablespoons of filling.
Folded around to the middle left and right edges of the pancake.
Rolled in a pancake roll.
Serve the pancakes cold as a snack.