Saturday, March 28, 2009

Kam Ja Jeon (Korean Potato Pancakes)

One more Korean dish i tried last week for a trial and finally loved this pancakes..its really quite easy to prepare but grating potatoes in a ginger grater needs two hands else its also another easiest dish from Korean cuisine...Normally pancakes r prepared with flours but this korean pancakes need just potato paste with spring onion n carrots, this savoury pancakes are simply delicious if u have them as hot pancakes..We had this pancakes with hot chilli sauce n ketchup which suits prefectly as their side dish..This goes to AWED-Korean guest hosted by PJ of Seduce your Taste Buds, event by DK of Culinary Bazaar..


3 Potatoes
1/4no Onion
2 Green onions(chopped)
1no Carrot(grated)
1tbsp Salt
Oil

Using a ginger grater, grate the potatoes as fine paste, meanwhile grind the onion in a mixer n extract the juice from the onion, add this juice immediately to the potatp paste , also add the chopped green onions, grated carrot pieces , salt and mix everything well..

Heat a pan n makes small pancakes n drizzle few drops of oil..cook until they turn brown on both sides, starts serving immediately, coz this pancakes tastes delicious if u serve them hot..

Enjoy with hot chilli sauce!




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25 comments:

  1. wow ! Priya ..Again this one is new recipe to me ..:) Thanks for the recipe :)

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  2. hi,
    interesting n quite similar to aloo tikkis, would love to try ur version :)
    TC

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  3. looking nice n yummy..new to me :)

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  4. Something new as always Priya..looking great.

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  5. Priya, enna pudusa panradunnu yosichite iruppeengala? hee hee... Looks awesome! Perfect for evening snack! :)

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  6. cute pancakes..supera iruke. name is also cute :))

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  7. looks like aloo tikki..very easy to make

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  8. Wow Priya I made similar pancakes..But dont think they are Korean..Will Post..This looks yumm

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  9. romba tempting-a irukku. yum!

    will be sending 2 more entries today :)

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  10. looks yum! well go with tea.Recently I bought a box from Costco.

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  11. This is a very intresting recipe Priya, looks tasty for sure, I have to try these yummy pancakes soon :)

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  12. Very yummy - something like hasbrown and bubblesqueak!! Looks yummy.

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  13. Didn't know that Koreans made these. Super. At least they use veggies of some kind. Looks delicious.

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  14. Wow looks so delicious...feel like grabbing and eating them :P

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  15. These look yum..kinda like hash browns but with more flavor.

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  16. They are simply tasty looking :)

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  17. I never knew a korean dish has such simple ingredients..Looks very easy and very yumm!!

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  18. Love this savoury dish Priya...looks very tempting.

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  19. Cute looking pancakes...absolutely delicious Priya.

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  20. Great one..This looks lilke cute omlettes..:)

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  21. Wow!! priya this is new to me, nice idea for evening snack.

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  22. potato pancakes! I mean what else can my palate want! its weekend 2morrow..will make it and njoy the evening..BTW is your pink event done? I have something...lemme know if its still on..will post it 2morrow...:)

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