Mung bean bindaetteok is my all-time favorite Korean pancake. The unique thing about this food is that the batter is 100% ground mung beans without any wheat flour. So, if somebody can’t eat wheat and wants to try Korean pancakes, this is a great option for them. Traditional mung bean pancakes have fern brake and mung bean sprouts in the batter; however for this recipe, I will skip them since I prefer mine without them. You can make it either way by following the “Option 1 – Kimchi Style” or “Option 2 – Traditional Style” methods. This is delicious and healthier than normal Korean pancakes.
Yield: 7-8 Pieces Per Option