Sunday, March 2, 2014

Chinese Chives Pancakes

Pancake

Pancake

Recipe source:  Amy Beh's Chinese Spring Onion Pancake

Ingredients:

50g chives, chopped 
75g dried shrimps, chopped and lightly fried

Batter:
70g plain flour
20g tapioca flour
2 tbsp rice flour
2 tsp corn flour
130ml water (approx)
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp chicken stock granules
1/4 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp sugar
1 tbsp oil

  • Combine all the batter ingredients in a large mixing bowl.  
  • Strain and then add in chopped chives and dried shrimps.  Mix to combine.
  • Heat a little oil in a frying pan.  Pour in a ladle of batter into the pan and cook under low heat until it is cook on one side.  Flip the pancake over and cook until golden.  
  • Remove and serve pancakes immediately.  You can drizzle some sweet chilli sauce over the pancake if you like.



31 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these yummy chive pancakes. Look so delicious :)

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    1. Ann thank you for sharing all your beautiful recipes too. They are so inspiring.

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  2. Fantàstico y original pancakes me encanta se ve muy lindo y delicioso,abrazos.

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  3. I miss those chives pancakes! Have to make a batch soon..these look so mouthwatering!

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    1. This simple yet tasty chives pancakes always brings back memories from home.

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  4. Veronica! These look amazing!!! They look tasty and delicate at the same time!

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  5. Looks good, I have tried these at work before, didn't know meat products are used in this recipe.

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    1. Hi Mythreyi, you can omit the dried shrimps and make these vegetarian. They are just as good.

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  6. These look yummylicious!
    Just look at the picture I know how tasty it is with full aroma of Chinese chivas,
    moreover it doesn't look oily at all, I really love it!

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    1. Thank you. I agree, the Chinese chives has the beautiful flavour and it gives the otherwise plain pancake a lift to another level. Sometimes I substitute with Thai basil and they are equally good.

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  7. I used to make chives pancakes too but mine are easy in ingredients. Looking at your ingredients I bet yours are so much delicious than mine for sure!!

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    1. I remember my mum used to make pancakes using minimum ingredients and they taste good too.

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  8. I'm so making these Veronica-thank you! :D

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    1. Lorraine I have a feeling your pancakes will turn out to be something from a 3hats restaurant kitchen.

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  9. These are so neat... And I mean literally

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  10. Oh, I haven't had this for a long long time! The chive pancakes look so tempting to eat! Nice!

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    1. Chinese chives are not that expensive lately, so do try this weekend for tea.

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  11. Wow, Veronica! These are very delicious savoury pancakes!

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  12. Wow..it looks good, by the way, do u hv any blueberry cheesetart recipe

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    1. I am sorry I haven't made blueberry cheese tart before. You might want to google for the recipe. Good luck.

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  13. Hi Veronica! I remember my mum making this for us when we were young but of course not rolled up so prettily like yours :) And i think yours will taste better with some dried shrimps in them.

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  14. Hi Veronica, lovely pancake recipe. Good for light lunch. Will try it.

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  16. I think your pancakes look delicious too! Been a while since I last had these! Pinned!

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  17. Hi Veronica, I made this today. Didn't look like yours. Is the batter supposed to be runny and not thick? It was better after I added more water.

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  18. Hi Veronica. This is a good pancake recipe. I have made it a few times now. I even omitted the chives and made it with kimchi instead. Totally yummy.-natasha

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