Korean Chive Pancake (Buchujeon) uses Garlic Chives and is one of those foods that may seem like there is not much difference between different recipes but just like how there can be big difference in taste and texture between a plain ol’ breakfast pancake that you get from McDonalds and pancakes that you get from a famous breakfast diner, you can actually have an amazingly good chive pancakes and oh, so-so Buchujeon that you get from any old Korean restaurant.
Makes 5 x 10 inch pancakes.
You can also use Korean Buchimgaru (부침가루) or Pancake mix.
Garlic chives are different from the common chives. Leaves are flat like wheat grass.
Chive pancakes are best when served hot, they can also be eaten at room temperature.
Koreans love eating this Buchujeon as appetizers with Makgeoli. Try also serving this as appetizers instead of side dish at a party.
Store leftovers in fridge and reheat on pan on medium heat.