Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Dubujoen


I have told you stories about this flat fried pancakes called joen. Here is my favorite.


It can not be simpler than this; the tased of soft dobu, egg, and green onion.

Good comfort food it is.


I don't like to use flour in this recipe, even though you certainly can. In my opinion, flour add tough texture which ruins the delicate taste this joen can offer. So, please do resist the temptation of flour.
It may be harder to make without flour, but your patience and anticipation will be fully rewarded when you feel the light fluffy texture!


recipe

Firm tofu 1/2 package, one large egg, green onion finely chopped 1 T, pinch of salt & black pepper, vegetable oil 1 T

Sauce: soy sauce 1 T, rice vinegar 1 T, spicy green chili finely chopped 1/2 t (optional)

1. Crush tofu as well as you can.
2. Beat egg, and add it to crushed tofu. Add green onion, salt and pepper, mix well.
3. On skillet heat oil on medium heat. Add one table spoonful of tofu mixture and flatten it little bit. Leave enough space in between them. Wait for 3-4 minutes or till the bottom is harden enough to flip before flipping.
4. Drain the excess oil well on the paper towel and serve hot with deeping sauce

2 comments:

취한배 said...

Hi! It's Bateau Ivre from egloos. I luuuuuuuuve this blog of yours too!! Dubu-jon is one of my many many favorites :-) I even feel sorry for those who do not yet know how to appreciate dubu.

KJ said...

Thank you for coming! :) I hope you don't mind my Well-intended-but-not-so-good-English writing. :)

There are more and more people come to appreciate this humble but tasty food. :)