Another major snowstorm (Blizzard of 2010) is paralyzing many states along the East Coast of the U.S. I have already been snowed in for a few days, and it does not seem like it will end anytime soon. So since there is nothing I can do about it, I decided to enjoy it by staying warm inside and doing the things I enjoy. Cooking is on the top of the list. I’ve been making and eating so much food that it’s almost embarrassing to talk about. But my poor husband who’s been out shoveling the never ending amount of snow appreciated all the food I made.
On a rainy or cold snow day, Koreans like to make some sort of jeon (savory pancakes) for a snack, and kimchi jeon is a popular choice. So this was one of many things I made in last few days. I had previously posted this kimchi jeon recipe as a supplement to the seafood scallion pancake recipe, but I decided that this popular Korean snack/appetizer deserved its own spotlight.
Repeat the process until there is no remaining batter. Serve hot with a dipping sauce, if desired. See my Mandu (Korean Dumplings)recipe for sauce.