Ingredients: mixing powder water seafood mix onion green onion kim-chi & juice olive oil or any oil soy sauce garlic salt sesame seeds red pepper powder
Step 1: In a bowl, mix the mixing powder and water until you get a liquid-y consistency. I used this mixing powder I bought from the Korean market.
If you don't have a mixing powder, you can use flour. In a bowl add flour, pinch of salt, 1 egg, and water until you get a liquid-y consistency.
Step 2: Now you add the ingredients you want in the pancake. I added seafood mix, onion, and green onions.
It's the same process as the first version except... Now you need to cut kim-chi into small pieces. Throw the chopped kim-chi and juice into the pancake. The key to making this pancake is using the old kim-chi and juice. If you use the new kim-chi, it won't taste that good... hehe~ :X
Step 3: In a frying pan, put olive oil or any oil you prefer. Now scoop some pancake mixture you just made and fry both sides. The key in making the pancake as thin as possible! ;) Now you can eat with soy sauce mixture. In the soy sauce I added chopped green onions, garlic salt, sesame seeds, and red pepper powder. In my case, we didn't even need the soy sauce mixture because I added way too much kim-chi and juice... lol~ It was spicy without the soy sauce mixture! :X
This is my nail of the week (NOTW #6). It's very simple and boring... hehe~ I just want to enjoy the black nail polish color until Spring comes around... hehe~ I used OPI Baby It's "Coal" Outside! It's such a beautiful black nail polish with silver glitters. Gorgeous! :)