Korean Pancakes with Alaska Pollock
Alaska pollock is a tender-fleshed fish. It gives the pancakes a delightfully rich flavor.
This recipe uses fresh Alaska pollock, but it works just as well with the dried type. Precooking the fish sprinkled with sake enhances its flavor. Alaska pcsock is also good in soups.
Alaska pollock: 1 fillet
Sake: 2 tablespoons
Nira chives: 1/4 bunch
A [Flour: 90 g (approx. 3 oz.), Salt to taste, Eggs: 2, Water: 150 cc (approx. 3/4cup)]
B [Gochujang (red pepper paste): 1/2 tablespoon, Soy sauce: 1/2 tablespoon, Chicken stock: 1 teaspoon, Honey to taste]
Sesame oil: 2 tablespoons
- 4 Remove from pan and cut into bite-size pieces. Mix the ingredients in B to make the sauce, and serve with the pancakes.