Korean Pancake with seasonal ingredients

Serving: 2

Preparation time: 10 minute

Execution time: 10 minute

This Korean spring onion pancake (pa jun) recipe is easy to make and is always a winner. It works as a hearty snack, a canape, or a side dish for your meal.

Korean Pancake with seasonal ingredients

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