after coming back from all-day shopping in Namba and then packing my stuff (yes, I’m going back to Poland but about that later). so starving to death we wanted to eat something delicious and easy to make. that’s why – buchimgae! ^^
i don’t know why were we waiting so long with posting a recipe for that dish since it’s one of the most popular Korean dishes abroad (and sooooo delicious!). in English often called ‘Korean pancake’ but widely known as chijimi. Tensai said he doesn’t know why everybody calls that dish ‘chijimi’ since in Korea most of the people calls this dish ‘buchimgae’, they don’t really use the word ‘chijimi’ for it.
HOW TO MAKE?
1. In the big bowl mix together: kimchi, flour and shrimps.
2. Add some cold water to the bowl to make a batter. You will see how much water you need. It shouldn’t be too loose, though.
3. Preheat the oil on the frying pan. Don’t use too much oil, just a little bit. When it’s hot, start frying buchimgae. For one buchimgae you should use one ladle of batter.
4. It doesn’t take a long time to fry one ‘pancake’. Be careful, don’t burn it ^^
and…done! ^^ now you can enjoy eating.
There are many kinds of buchimgae, you don’t necessarily have to use shrimps and kimchi. They can be replaced with onion, squid, leek.
Usually it’s eaten with the sauce, and here is the recipe:
hot red pepper powder
Mix all ingredients together. Proportions? The base of the sauce is soy sauce so add a little bit of sesame oil and hot red pepper powder to the soy sauce. If you want it more spicy, add more pepper powder. That’s all!
wow looks easy and tasty, I’m making this!
Oh my goodness, this looks so good! I LOVE Korean pancakes!
easy and delicious, how awesome is that? ^^
Właśnie to chcę zjeść….
Zjadłabym pół placka!
zrobie ci ;p
This looks amazing. I just have to find a grocer around me that sells Kimchi. Our family loves Korean and Japanese food so I’ll be following you two.
but even if you don’t have kimchi you can still make it! you can use onion, leek, carrots instead ;)
thank you :)
I have copied down the recipe, too easy and too tasty looking not to!
sure it is! and you can make it everywhere, don’t need any special ingredients ;)
looks awesome :]
Korean food is great. I just love it, can’t help it ;p