Korean pancake recipes

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The Korean word "jeon" is often translated as "pancake," but jeon are not just a breakfast food, they're eaten at all meals as side dishes, or as snacks. At their simplest they're food coated in flour and egg and then pan-fried with a bit of oil. Some incorporate vegetables, meat, and fish into a batter which is pan-fried with a bit of oil. Hoddeok is not jeon, but it's closer to the western idea of a pancake.

Beef pancakes

Soegogi-jeon
쇠고기전

Breaded cod fillets

Daegujeon
대구전

Green chili pepper pancake

Gochujeon
고추전

Green onion pancake

Pajeon
파전

Kale Pancakes

Kaeil-jangtteok
케일장떡

kimchi pancake

Kimchi pancake

Kimchijeon
김치전

Mung bean pancakes

Bindaetteok
빈대떡

Pan-fried meat and tofu patties

Wanja-jeon
완자전

Pan-fried rice cakes with sweet red bean filling

Bukkumi
부꾸미

Pan-Fried Sweet Rice Cakes with Edible Flowers

Hwajeon
화전

Pollock pancake

Dongtaejeon
동태전

Potato pancakes

Gamjajeon
감자전

Ramp pancakes

Sanmaneul-jeon
산마늘전

Shrimp Pancakes

Saeujeon
새우전

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Simple potato pancake

Gamjajeon
감자전

Skewered pancakes with vegetables and beef

Pasanjeok
파산적

Squash pancakes

Hobakjeon
호박전

Sweet pancakes with brown sugar syrup filling

Hotteok
호떡

Tuna pancake

Chamchijeon
참치전

Vegetable pancake

Yachaejeon
야채전

Vegetable pancake with Asian chives

Buchujeon
부추전