I Made Flaky Scallion Pancakes From Scratch

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One of my all-time favorites since day one! They’re chewy, flaky and crispy, the best of all the worlds. Also great for if you’re a scallion lover like me 🙂

Here’s how to make my favorite scallion pancakes from scratch! This should make around 5 pieces, but you can make them bigger or smaller to your preference.

Ingredients for dough:

2.5 cups flour
1/2 cup hot water (+ 1 tbsp if needed)
1/4 cup room temperature water
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
Lots of scallions
Oil
1/2 tbsp five spice powder

Ingredients for roux:
1/2 oil
1/2 all-purpose flour

1. Combine flour, sugar and salt in a bowl. Add in hot water slowly while stirring, then mix in room temperature water while continuing to stir.
2. Gently knead to form dough and continue kneading on floured surface for 10 minutes.
3. Put dough in a bowl and cover with a wet towel, rest for 30 minutes or more. (An hour would be even better if you have the patience!)
4. Chop scallions and make roux by mixing oil and flour in a saucepan, continue to mix over medium-low heat until thickened into a paste. Remove from heat and let cool slightly.
5. Roll out dough into a log shape and divide into five portions.
6. Roll out one piece of dough to as thin as possible, and brush on roux. Sprinkle on scallions and five spice powder.
7. Roll dough tightly into a log shape, then take one end of the dough and roll again onto itself to form a pinwheel shape. Gently flatten and brush on a thin layer of oil.
8. Let rest for 20 minutes or repeat steps for remaining dough.
9. Roll out dough to as thin as possible and pan fry each side until golden brown! You can sprinkle salt on at the end if you’d like too.

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Comments

Gabby Cuvin says:

other than the 5 spice powder, what other seasonings can i use?

mursidah azis says:

i've try this and its soooo good.. my mom loves it.. thank youuu!!

Jinn Ree says:

I want to give this a try…thank you for sharing this Inga🤗💜💜💜💜💜 Meerryyy Christmas💜💜💜💜💜

Hara Wu says:

Is there a way to make the scallion dipping sauce sometimes served at restaurants? 🙂

Oregon Patriot says:

TIP: If you cut off a little more with the onion roots and plant them, they will grow again into a full green onion.

Laura Hendrickson says:

I made these tonight!! Sooooo good!!

Diana Nguyen says:

Thank you so much for posting this family recipe of yours 😭 i studied abroad in taiwan last summer and i’ve been missing their food so much 🥺💗

The Brightest Rainbow Ever says:

Omg we appreciate you sharing them. I totally want to try this. Sounds SO good!😌🌈😌💜

Roxanna Higginson says:

This is probably a very stupid question, but does it matter if it's bleached or unbleached flour? lol Please be kind, I'm fairly new to the kitchen so i can never tell if it makes a huge difference.

Sango Moon says:

Thank you so much for sharing this! I just made them and they are very tasty!

Alisson França says:

Man this is vegan without trying to be, just saw your video and did it myself, it's pretty good

Azalia Reeve says:

I just made them, all the way in Colombia- South America. Thank you Inga!!! They came out delicious!!

Ahmad Firdaus Ali says:

His little tip……….totally get it

annie annie says:

Scallion pancake and egg drop soup. Sounds like it would be soo comforting

Annie Low says:

What’s the temperature of hot water?

Dream pene says:

I really wanna make this it looks yum!!

Shreya Deshpande says:

There's something similar in Indian cuisine when it comes to flaky texture, its called a lachha paratha👀

Ayesha Jain says:

I made them and I have had them just once in my life that too frozen and they tasted 1000 times better.
Really loved them!
It helped me to be happy for a while tho!

ajmustapha88 says:

Her hair dangling so close to the food is giving me anxiety

Disha Mandal says:

I don't know what this dish is called else where, but this call the GREEN ONION-KULCHA here in India!

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