Vegetable Pancake (Yachaejeon: 야채전)

By | February 19, 2020


(mid-tempo lighthearted music) – Hi, everybody, spring has come. (birds chirp) I love this kind of really warm weather. I love it outside, really, really feel really refreshing. Today’s recipe is yachaejeon,
vegetable pancake. (pancake sizzles) To celebrate this springtime, I wanna flip my pancake, right? (laughs) Are you in the kitchen right now? These guys are from my
refrigerator, just I found, and this is a leek. If you don’t have leek, you don’t have to use this. And this is green onion. Green onion definitely
you guys have to use because make it really tasty. And this is sweet potato or carrot, onion, and zucchini, and green
chili pepper or jalapeno. And this is mushroom, just you can use shiitake mushroom, or any white mushroom, and this is portobello
mushroom, only one (laughs). With any vegetables you can make a nice, delicious vegetable pancake, yachaejeon. Non-stick skillet, this is
my 12-inch non-stick skillet. I always hide this somewhere. So let’s start. So I will use just four green onions, cut around one inch size. This amount of leek, just slice. And zucchini,
I will use around this amount. Cut into matchsticks. This is jalapeno, slice thinly. If you can’t eat spicy food, just skip it. Let’s measure, I need like 2½ cups, so this is my cup. This is around one cup. And let’s add onion. Slice this. Let’s see. Another one cup, so total two cups, and we need half cup. So I use this sweet potato. When it’s cooked with other vegetables it’s really, really good, tasty. I’m using my knife because
no time to find my peeler. So this amount. I think this is, yeah. So let’s see, half cup, so 2½ cups all vegetable mix. So all leftover vegetables
I’ll put in my plastic bag, and keep in the refrigerator so that I can make more anytime, one more, two more, you
know, I can make this. My mushroom is lonely because I didn’t take
care of this guy (laughs). Okay, and I’m just going to
cut it, just slice thinly. I will use 3/4 cup
flour, all purpose flour, 1/2 cup and 1/4 cup. You guys know that 1/2 cup
plus 1/4 cup equal 3/4 cup. And salt 1/2 teaspoon, 3/4 cup water, so 1/2 cup, and mix. As you see lots of vegetables, less flour, so we eat lots of vegetables. Let’s heat the skillet
over medium high heat, vegetable oil about two tablespoon. I’m using a generous
amount of vegetable oil, now I use two tablespoons,
later one more tablespoon because it has to be
really crunchy outside. So if you use just less oil, it’s not going to be crunchy. That’s a kind of tip. I’ll put this all. (pancake sizzles) Just spread this evenly
thin, thin pancake. And I will turn down the heat to medium. And then, I will just add mushroom. Okay, so now, just only one minute later, I can see the bottom is just
moving around like this. I like to make some of my
sauce, dipping sauce. Soy sauce about one tablespoon, and vinegar around two teaspoons, hot pepper flakes, this is optional, you don’t have to use if you don’t have, and sesame seeds. Mix it. That’s it, this is my dipping sauce. Couple of minutes I cook this. You can see on the
bottom, bottom side is a little, sound, you can hear that, eh? So you can use your spatula, just turn, or just like me, flip. Let’s flip, why? To celebrate spring. And then I’m going to turn up the heat, and one more tablespoon vegetable oil. Just lift one edge and tilt, so this oil is going to the center. It has to be really crunchy. I’m gong to cook around
three minutes from now, but I’m not going to leave here. I will keep an eye on this because I need to take
responsibility, isn’t it? (mid-tempo playful music) Hey, look at that, isn’t it pretty? This mushroom is really, really pretty. It look like it’s inlaid. Turn off. (pancake sizzles) Here you go. So sauce. Mmm, so good, really delicious. Let me taste one more. Mmm. Mmm, (giggles) crunchy outside, inside is kind of really soft. And all this vegetable’s taste
is all different texture. Kimchi, mmm. Little by little,
already 1/3 is gone. And also this kimchi is well fermented, and go well really, really together. In Korea, when we make this yachaejeon, we serve this as snack. But sometimes just like
me, I eat as lunch. Usually, like rainy days,
especially on the weekend, all family are at home, and mom is making this kind of pancake. And when she makes this
pancake in the kitchen, that smells like a kind of
oily smell and vegetable, some nice kind of smells,
it all gives off. And make all the family
members just excited. You guys can make this on
a rainy day and make this, and then, “Oh, today, I
like to make my house,” “so really mood very nice, festive,” “so I make this just like Koreans.” You can say that (laughs). Today we made yachaejeon,
vegetable pancake. Enjoy my recipe. See you next time, bye! (cheerful guitar music)

100 thoughts on “Vegetable Pancake (Yachaejeon: 야채전)

  1. Maangchi Post author

    Malayalam caption was submitted by Worldwide talented girl Vlogs! Thanks a lot! https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=knxgR5esJu4&nv=1

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  2. Betty Betuna Post author

    Oh looks delicious i will try this next time! Thank you!

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  3. Achi Bea Post author

    I’m eating a similar one I bought from our supermarket.

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  4. Tahira Akhtar Post author

    Can you use different types of flour in this recipe such as oat flour?

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  5. 푸디몬스터 FoodieMonster Post author

    Why does Google recommend your video only at night?

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  6. Hannah Jones Post author

    Looks really good, and great presentation, so natural, unspoiled and charming, wish you were my neighbour and will definitely try your recipe🙏👏💖💖

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  7. Mia Abdul Post author

    Hi..maangchi. i'm from indonesia..tanks for recep yachajeon nya.

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  8. Sylvie Poédi-Hamu Post author

    Hello, the ingredients for the sauce please !(?) Thanks a lot , I love your recipes ! From Noumea 💚💛🧡🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨

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  9. Екатерина Карпова Post author

    It's so tasty! I've just made this! Maanchi you're great!!!

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  10. J10559 Post author

    Thank you 🙏 and you are adorable! Keep up the good work for ppl like me 👏🏻👍

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  11. Sugar N Spice Post author

    You make me hungry 😋 even when i already ate ! Im gonna make this recipe tomorrow .. thank you 🙏🏼

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  12. Sudha Mokkapati Post author

    She is so cute!!!!

    “I’m going to keep an eye on it because I have to take responsibility!” Lololllll

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  13. dentoncify Post author

    I just stumbled on this video this looks good but NO cabbage in Veg mix?

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  14. Phyllis May Post author

    Looks yummy, can't wait to make it. Love the hat…your too cute for words.

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  15. dcpotomac20850 Post author

    Knife skill is a reliable indicator for how good a cook is.

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  16. Mangallei Devi Post author

    If we don't have that chukini then what should we do

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  17. BeeHead Post author

    Looks great. If I make it I will sub in a little lentil or pea flower to up the protein. And or maybe add some crumbled tofu for same reason. Also, Maybe throw in some nutritional yeast for some B12 vitamin.

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  18. Reginaldo Francisco Martins Post author

    Adoro seus vídeos legendados, são ótimos, ajuda bastante aprender sua receitas que ótimas também, gratidão. Você ê uma fofura, 😘

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  19. Rose Woy Post author

    Cannot wait to make this! THANK YOU SO MUCH. It ooks amazing and YOU ARE ADORABLE!

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  20. Syakinah Post author

    bala-bala ni mah namanya😝 tapi kalo di indonesia banyakan tepung sama minyak😝😝😝

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  21. I Kozden Post author

    I tried this recipe a few times but although the flavor was good, it seemed to have two much flour and it got gluey. Any ideas of what I did wrong? Interestedly similar recipes I found always include an egg.

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  22. PermacultureResearchInstitute Okanagan Post author

    You are so funny and charming…. keep doing what you do!!!

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  23. Mridu Kapoor Post author

    Nice recipe.. turned out to be beautiful as you looked beautiful too.. 😀

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  24. Leah Pitman Post author

    Oh, I MUST MAKE THIS! I love your sweet accent and happy spirit!

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  25. hongdoesthings Post author

    Mmmm I just made this now for breakfast it was soooo delicious, I added some garlic + ginger and egg into the flour to hold it together more, soso good! Reminds me of polish potato pancakes taste but I feel less guilty cuz of the vegetables 🤤

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  26. marie steffi Post author

    I used to make this when I was in college and had no that much money. They taste soooo good!! 😍❤

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  27. Lamia C Post author

    lovely lady! brings sunshine into your kitchen and your tummy on a rainy day!

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  28. Rose Fernandes Post author

    WOW! Yummy yummy yummy. Thank you for teaching me how to cook Korean recepie delicious food. His Bless you

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  29. Alison Hon Post author

    2 1/2 cup veges,
    3/4 cup flour
    3/4 cup water
    Mix all then panfried.
    Vegetables used:
    Leek, spring onion , onion , sweet potato,
    Zucchini, mushroom, jalapeño.

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  30. Inspiration Post author

    This guys is so fresh and healthy and the mushroom is lonely, is just too funny 😂
    Love the recipes results come out brown and crispy yummy 😋 you guys….

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  31. thebluerobin Post author

    What a sweet lady ! I am going to make this soon, thanks .

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  32. もなるる Post author

    明るくて素敵な女性🍀お料理もすごーく美味しそう✨思わず作りたくなりました🍀チャンネル登録します✨

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  33. Sal Blasker Post author

    She's really sweet. I like her. What's that thing on her head?

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  34. Robert Price Post author

    Such a charming woman. I loved her presentation. Thank you.

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  35. 123benny4 Post author

    I love Korean food. I miss my friend's Korean cooking. She moved back to Korea. I love seafood and vegetable pancakes. Thank you for this recipe. Com-som-nida!

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  36. mizfrenchtwist Post author

    THIS LOOKS FANTASTIC , I WILL DEFINITELY TRY AND TRY SOON……….THANK YOU , FOR SHARING…………..

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  37. Fran Rushie Post author

    You make that look so easy… the way you flip that pancake…it looks wonderful… I will try…. I love your happy energy… you are a delight to watch…thank you…. bye..👋👋👋👋

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  38. MERYEM ARSLAN Post author

    Biz buna Türkiye'de mücver diyoruz içine birde yumurta ekleyip 😋

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  39. Karol Sandoval Post author

    I am so depressed and watching your videos cheer me up.. makes me want to go out of bed and try doing things.. love you

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  40. ندى حمد Post author

    واااو رائع، اشكركم على إضافة الترجمة العربية😍

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  41. abwarmblood Post author

    Her spice tolerance though. Jalapeno AND pepper flakes. She's a boss.

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  42. Noni Castillo Post author

    Hello maangchi.what is the brand of your knife and chopping board?thanks

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  43. Sérgio Pinho Post author

    Good morning, Maangchi.
    Would you like help translating some of your recipes into portuguese?

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  44. Наталья Черноус Post author

    Мне очень понравился этот овощной блин, представляю: как это вкусно, обязательно приготовлю. Я делаю такой из капусты. Просто капуста мелко резаная, перемять посильнее с солью и добавить муку немного воды и 1 яйцо- оторваться невозможно. Тоже очень вкусно!

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  45. Наталья Черноус Post author

    Если можно , сделайте Тофу. Жду видео.

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