In Korean cuisine, there are many different kinds of jeon (전). Jeon is basically slightly salted food (meat, seafood, fish, mushrooms, vegetables, etc.) that is covered with flour and eggs, or dip in batter and fried. Today, I’m going to show you a variety using fish. You can use any white-fleshed fish such as haddock, pollack, and so on. My favorite for this recipe is haddock, because it has less of a fishy taste. Since it is not deep fried, it will be healthier, and you will not lose the flavor with excessive grease. 😉 Koreans usually eat this as a side dish. It is best to eat this right after you cook it.
Yield: 3 Servings