Doesn't exactly look like the pancakes
everyone here is familiar with. These things are served more for snacks
, and you don't add syrup
. They're kind of crunchy, and have a strong frangrance
thanks to the onions
. They also taste very, very good. I buy them for around US$0.10 in the streets of Shanghai
, because I can't be bothered making them. But here is a recipe anyways.
- Make the dough with the flour, vegetable oil and water. Roll the dough into a roll, and divide into six portions.
- For each one, roll it into a ball, flatten, and spread onions on top. Keep rolling it until the onions are spread evenly inside the dough.
- Fry them in cooking oil on both sides until light brown.
- Serve hot whole or cut. Since they are so hot, I drink coke with it.
I wonder if I can get these at IHOP