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I made these scallions pancakes the other day. My kids and wife loved them...I thought they were good, but not excellent. This was my first time making scallion pancakes, so that may have been a contributing factor. We order them from our local take-out places all the time, and they are usually a little bit more flaky from them (although not always perfect from them either): mine was a bit dense/doughy. I have to admit, I forgot to brush the oil on the pancakes before rolling them, so that may have contributed to the problem. We used plain soy cause as the dipping sauce, but a sauce more like one used for dumplings would be more appropriate. I would definitely make these again, and would recommend this recipe. If I can get them a bit more flaky, and if the original author would add dipping sauce recipe, I would give this 5 stars/
I have not tried the recipe but reading it I noticed that the salt was off. 1 tablespoon of salt equals 3 teaspoons. Reading further in the recipe it states to use 1 teaspoon first and then a 1/2 teaspoon later. So recipe should read 1 1/2 teaspoon divided, that would correct the sodium numbers, literally cutting it in half. In saying this I am looking forward to trying this recipe. Thanks for posting it.
I'm making these as I'm writing. Very simple recipe to to follow. I allowed the dough to rest for a good hour before rolling it out again. I also added a little sesame oil to the canola oil that I brushed the dough with. I made a dipping sauce which consists of soy sauce rice-wine vinegar toasted sesame oil garlic powder and honey and sugar to taste. Topped with a few scallions it's an easy accompaniment to this recipe.
I liked this recipe though I felt the pancakes were a wee bit heavy/doughy. I followed the recipe almost exactly as written--only differences were I let the dough rest for about 60 minutes (needed extra time to finish mincing the scallions) and I used less salt. This recipe calls for WAY too much salt--1/2 tsp per pancake would be excessive IMO! I just sprinkled a pinch on each one before rolling. I wasn't entirely sure what was meant by rolling the scroll into a "disk"--I think I did it right but that description makes me wonder. Served them with Trader Joe's Gyozo Dipping Sauce and homemade egg drop soup. This was my first time making scallion pancakes so perhaps I'll try a couple other recipes and see which I like the best. Thanks!
i tried this recipe. I found the dough heavy and hard to work I would like to know what consistency of the dough should be? Mine was a bread dough... Found it hard to get it stretches out bug and thin. I followed the recipe. I did use bread flour. Perhaps it was too heavy.
Made the pancakes tonight and they came out pretty good except that they were too salty even though I cut the salt back to 1 1/2 tsp. My husband liked it as well.We would both like to see a good dipping sauce recipe along with it. Thanks!I would make it again..it was as good as any restaurant pancake.