Try It Out Thursday: Pajun Korean Pancakes

Try It Out Thursday is dedicated to recipes, products or ideas that I find on Pinterest or receive in my e-mail. I tend to “pin” and save a lot of recipes and craft ideas and never try them so I decided that this will help me wade through the many pins and e-mails that I have.

I like to try new things especially when it comes to food. While on Facebook the other day I saw this recipe for Pajun Korean Pancakes by Sommer at A Spicy Perspective and decided that I definitely had to try making them and eating them.

This recipe is basically for a pancake with veggies in it.




You dip the pancake in the amazing, kind of spicy and sweet dipping sauce and close your eyes and taste all the awesome flavors.


I made my pancakes with Whole Wheat Flour and I found that I had to add a little more liquid to the batter to make it “ladeling” consistency. So, if you do Whole Wheat just eyeball the amount of liquid you use.

Until I made these I had never had them but now, I will continue to make them. The Mister really enjoyed them as well. The recipe makes four nice sized pancakes. We were only able to eat two. So I ended up cutting the pancake into fours and storing it in a ziploc with parchment paper. They are great as leftover the next day. I just put mine in the toaster oven for a little bit and it was just as fresh as when I made it.

I ate my leftover with a pretty, fresh salad on the side.


It’s an easy recipe and makes for a fun, different and meatless meal for one day out of the week.

Try it out!

~Mrs Galvan~