Traditional Korean pancakes (Hoddeok)

Submitted by enr on 09 Mar 2014
2 cups flour
2 tbsp white sugar
2 tsp dry yeast
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp sunflower oil
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 cup chopped walnuts (almonds, peanuts)
sunflower oil for frying
Traditional Korean pancakes (Hoddeok)
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In a bowl pour 1 cup warm water (not hot), adding yeast, white sugar, salt, and the oil and stirred to dissolve the sugar. Do not wait for the yeast it rise, and when mixed well add the flour and stir with a spatula until uniform. Bowl, cover and leave in a warm place for 1 hour to double its volume. When the dough is leavened stirred again to remove bubbles and allowed to rise again for about 20 minutes. You should get a rare sticky dough, poured a well-floured board and knead without flour is just outside, not sticky. The resulting ball is divided into two, then the two halves 2 and more so as to obtain 8 equal balls. In another bowl, mix the brown sugar, cinnamon and chopped nuts. Take a small ball of dough, flatten slightly, put about 1-2 tbsp of stuffing and close the pita. In heated, over medium heat, with sunflower oil pan put the pita (such as pellet) of the country where the closed end and fry until golden brown, then turn and flat spatula cooking is pressed until the flat pita. When turned red again and zahlupva minute, may not cover them. With the filling can improvise. If you want to be savory, can put feta cheese, sausage, cheese and more. Enjoy your meal. * Set one source, because it has video. I personally do not remember exactly which site I took it because it was a long time ago. * Hoddeok (Hotteok) Korean translates as barbaric bread * * and is the most common snack in Korea.
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09 Mar 2014


dideoxy, pancakes were very good! I did a little salty with cheese and also received well. However, the original was the best.

I am glad that you liked. :)