This past Saturday, Jane organized a pancake making workshop. I think her mom and dad were very sweet to take time to show me how to make them. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!! And of course many thanks to Jane for having me over to her house :)
Her dad showed me how to make them and her mom showed me how to fry them up. Here are step by step pics.
First I will introduce you to the chefs. Here is Jane's dad and daughter.
Here is Jane's mom. Now onto the instructions. The dough isn't just a yeast dough. It also has baking powder in it to help it rise while being cooked.
Roll out the dough into a rectangle.
sprinkle some salt on the dough,
then spread on some oil,
then sprinkle on chopped green onions roll the dough into a long snake.
Roll the dough snake, so it looks like a cinnamon roll. here are all of the onion pancakes in cinnamon roll form. They rested for a while. Not too long.roll out each "cinnamon roll" until it is very thin.
Fry them in a covered frying pan with a tiny bit of oil. When the pancake starts to bubble, it's time to flip. You will end up with a stack of very delicious pancakes that have a nice onion flavor. Here is the start of the stack.
Jane and her mom made the most incredible feast & it was all vegan. Yay!
Here are some soybeans that her mother in law had boiled, drained, put spices on (5 spice), then baked in the oven. They were sort of chewy and very very good.
Soup with tofu and enoki mushrooms.
A big bowl of delicious mushrooms including woodear mushrooms and some frozen then thawed tofu. This was a great dish for me because I love mushrooms :)pea vines. They are really good. They taste a tiny bit like spinach.