I was looking through our crisper today for an apple or carrot to give to my girls to snack on. All I could find was one orange pepper. Note to self, go shopping for apples and carrots, and other healthy fresh snack food.
I have been thinking about our family in Taiwan, and craving scallion pancakes lately. I decided to take them a different route today. I went out to our garden and snipped a bunch of parsley, came back inside and chopped the parsley and sweet pepper, and got to work on making the batter.
My wonderful Sister In Law is from Taiwan. She lives there still with my wonderful Brother In Law, their beautiful children and my Sister In Law’s wonderful family. I love and miss them all so much. Taiwan hold a special place in my heart and stomach. When I think about the kind, generous, gracious, loving people I have met, and delicious food I have eaten there, I feel happy. The texture and mouth feel of these pancakes remind me of Taiwan omelet my Sister In Law taught me to make years ago called Tam-Bean.
My girls gobbled these pancakes up, and asked for more. Feel free to change it up, and add your families favorite vegetables, and herbs in these pancakes. This recipe is adapted from Kimchi Mom’s Korean Scallion Pancakes recipe. Can you say Parsley Pepper Pancake ten times fast?
|Parsley Pepper Pancakes|
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