Hobak Buchimgae (Korean Squash Pancake). These Korean savory pancakes, called hobak buchim (호박부침) or buchimgae (부침개), are quick and easy to make and so delicious with summer zucchini! Perfect as a snack, an appetizer, or a light meal! Over the years, I posted several different Korean savory pancakes.
Butternut squash, flour, salt, vegetable oil, zucchini. Hobak Jun – Korean Squash Pancake – (호박전). Haemul Pajeon : Korean Seafood & Green Onion Meat pancake – korean street food – aretjang night market suncheon korean. You can create Hobak Buchimgae (Korean Squash Pancake) using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here you go how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Hobak Buchimgae (Korean Squash Pancake)
- You need 4 TBS of Crispy & Savory Golden Korean Pancake Mix (store bought).
- You need 5 TBS of water.
- It’s 1/3-2/3 of of 1 green squash (if yellow squash not available).
- It’s 1/3 of of 1 yellow squash (optional).
- It’s of Some oil for pan fried.
How to Make Korean Traditional Sugar Candy. Savory Korean kimchi pancakes paired with irresistible Korean pancake dipping sauce! It is made with a bit of seasoning and loads of kimchi! The Korean name for kimchi pancakes is Kimchi Buchimgae (김치 부침개), but some people might also call it Kimchi Jeon (김치전).
Hobak Buchimgae (Korean Squash Pancake) Preparation
- You can find this Korean pancake mix at all Korean grocery stores. Small package is also available. Cut squashes into strips (see picture).
- In a bowl, put 4 TBS of pancake mix. Add 5 TBS of water. Mix well..
- Put squash into pancake mixture. Mix well..
- Put a frying pan on medium high. Put some oil in the pan. Pour the mixture in. Wait for 8 minutes. Flip the pancake over. Add some more oil to the side of the pancake. Shake the pan in circular motion to get oil into the middle. Wait another 8 minutes..
- Slide pancake onto a plate. Ready to eat..
- If you don’t have to watch your salt intakes, you can dip the pancake with some Ponzu sauce and some chopped green onion (store bought, picture attached)..
- It depends what kind of frying pan you use. The one I use is thick. If you use the stainless steel kind, you might have to use medium heat and the time to cook also might vary. Keep in mind that we want the edge to be crunchy..
Hobak buchim (zucchini pancakes) (Korean Bapsang)One of my favorite things to make with summer zucchinis is hobak buchim. Like pajeon and kimchijeon, hobak buchim (also called buchimgae) is a variation of savory Korean pancakes. You can make this recipe simply with zucchini, or add some. Jun (or jeon, chon) are pancake-like Korean dishes. They can be made from almost anything – meat, seafood, vegetables, and kimchi.