Chef John's Chinese Scallion Pancakes
These fun-to-make flatbreads are a common fixture on menus in China, and while they all feature the same few ingredients, they come in a variety of thicknesses. The thinner you make these, the crispier they'll be, but you won't get that nice, layered, oniony inside. On the other hand, if you make them too thick, they can be a little doughy inside, so I try to shoot for something in between.
Feel free to substitute all-purpose flour for the bread flour.
You can wrap the dough in plastic wrap and leave overnight. You'll probably get a better flavor, and maybe texture, but the dough will be more elastic, and slightly more difficult to work with.
Feel free to add pepper flakes or other appropriate embellishments before you roll these up.
As far as the dipping sauce goes, I like to mix equal parts seasoned rice vinegar and soy sauce, flavored with a shot of hot sauce, and maybe grating of fresh ginger. Toss in a few sliced green onions, and you'll have yourself a very basic, but perfect condiment for these savory pancakes.