Dumplings are delicious, but they are a lot of work to make. Imagine something that is just as delicous, but is easier and faster to make. That sounds great, right? If you are in that situtation, this recipe is what I suggest. 🙂 If you have any leftover dumpling filling, or have the ingredients to make dumplings, you can make delicious “Dumpling Filling Jeon.” I posted a garlic dumpling recipe before, so you can use that filling for this recipe. Try this someday. 🙂
Yield: 15 Patties
Short Korean Lesson
- GiPpeum (기쁨) = Joy
- SeulPeum (슬픔) = Sorrow
- 2 Cups Leftover Dumpling Filling
- ½-⅔ Cup All-Purpose Flour
- 1 Egg
- ⅛ tsp Salt
- Some Cooking Oil for Frying
Put about 2 cups of dumpling filling in a mixing bowl.
Add ½-⅔ cup of flour, 1 egg, and ⅛ tsp of salt. You will have to adjust the flour amount to get right consistency depending on how much liquid is in your dumpling filling.
Mix everything together and make round patties.
Place the patties in a generously oiled and heated pan. Fry them on medium-high. Once one side becomes nicely golden brown, flip it.
When both sides of the patties become golden brown, they are done.
You can serve these as a snack or side dish. You can dip them in a soy dipping sauce. To make the sauce, simply mix some soy sauce and a little bit of lemon juice or vinegar.