Scallion Pancakes

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Originally posted here by The Linux Fairy, who had this to say about this recipe:

This one's mostly photographic evidence as an idea of what to do. As was explained to me, Chinese food is mostly done to taste. There isn't really a defined set of amounts of ingredients -- just until it "looks good".

The process below are their original instructions, and can be a little vague. Good luck and happy cooking!

Ingredients[edit]

The following ingredients are gleaned from the original pictures and descriptions. As the original creator did not provide measurements, one must work it out for themselves.

  • Dough
    • Flour
    • Water
    • Milk
    • Eggs?
    • Butter?
  • Oil
  • Scallions

Steps[edit]

Mix up some standard dough. This is a good consistency. You might want a little more moisture than this, actually... To taste, I guess. Scalpan1.jpg

Flatten out some dough sticks like these. Scalpan2.jpg

kalenedrael holds a pancake on the right. A premade one is on the left. I'm in the middle of coating mine with oil and sprinkling scallions on it. After I do that, I roll it up in a nice ball, and flatten it into a pancake. It's more difficult than it sounds. Scalpan3.jpg

use of a rolling pin will achieve the desired result Scalpan8.jpg

Still in progress. Scalpan4.jpg

Fry it up real good. Scalpan5.jpg Scalpan6.jpg Scalpan7.jpg

Cut into quarters and serve. Scalpan9.jpg Scalpan10.jpg

Enjoy!