Korean food is simply a splendid delight! Oh my, my, my! Today I want to share with you a traditional Korean food appetizer and it's called, "Korean Potato Pancakes." This recipe is super easy but OH SO TASTY, and a great way to get your feet wet with Korean cooking!
I tried Korean food for the first time about two years ago, and right away I was online researching and in the kitchen experimenting! After many months of visiting various different Korean restaurants around the country (and even getting a sneak peek in a few of their kitchens)... I am now SO VERY ready to share my KOREAN POTATO PANCAKE with you!
-1 tablespoon sesame oil
-1 hand full leeks (or green onion), chopped thin
-1 teaspoon tapioca flour (or flour of your choice)
-2 potatoes, peeled
-Grade the potatoes with a cheese grader into a bowl.
-With a strainer, strain the water out of the graded potatoes. Then discard the water.
-Add the flour and leeks into the bowl with the graded and strained potatoes. Mix well!
-Heat a non-stick skillet on medium to high heat! Add the oil and let it warm up for a bit!
-Grab a handful of the mixture and make into big or small circle patties! Pan-fry in the hot oil until crispy. Flip a few times to get it crispy all around!
I drizzle my MOUNTAINOUS MISO MAPLE DRESSING on top of these delicious pancakes. You can find that recipe under the basics tab!
Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy!