Crown Daisy Jeon

쑥갓 전, SsukGat Jeon

Crown daisy, called “ssukgat” in Korean, is an edible chrysanthemum. In Korean cuisine, it is often used because of the unique flavor. It gives extra flavor to some dishes and soups, similar to the way some herbs are used in Western cuisine to add flavor. Crown daisy jeon is considered a healthy and tasty Korean pancake. Try this someday. :)

Yield: 2 Servings

Short Korean Lesson

  • SsukGat (쑥갓) = Crown Daisy
  • Ssuk (쑥) = Mugwort

Main Ingredients

  • 1 Cup Crown Daisy
  • 1 Cup All Purpose Flour
  • ⅔ Cup Water
  • ½ Cup Onion
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Tbsp Hot Pepper (Red)
  • ½ Generous tsp Salt



Obtain 1 cup of crown daisy. Wash and drain it.


Finely chop ½ cup worth of onion and 1 Tbsp worth of hot pepper.


Combine 1 cup of all-purpose flour, ⅔ cup of water, 2 eggs, and ½ generous tsp of salt in a mixing bowl.


Mix the batter gently. You will get a consistency like crêpe batter.


Add the crown daisy, onion, and hot pepper into the batter.


Mix everything together.


Pour half of the batter into a heated and generously oiled 12-inch pan. Spread it out evenly and thinly.


Fry it until both sides of the jeon become golden brown. Press it with your spatula sometimes to make it more crispy and delicious.


Serve it with dipping sauce. To make the dipping sauce, combine 1½ Tbsp of soy sauce, 1 tsp of water, and ½ tsp of vinegar. Enjoy!


  1. katoo says

    This dish looks really tasty and easy to make,Aeri.In Vietnamese cuisine,we use crown daisy to make soup.Just crown daisy, finely chopped pork, water and salt to taste.That’s all.But it’s one of my favourite dish. 😉

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