Korean Egg Bread (Gyeran-ppang)


Published: 2019-07-07 11:31:27 +0000
Categories: Snacks,

This recipe is for Korean Egg-Bread, usually served as a street food and known as gyeran-ppang. It is, in essence, a (small) loaf of sweetenend pancake batter with an egg baked in.

Basically, I saw this video and thought... WANT. If nothing else, Korea's a bit far for a weekend jaunt, so I had a hunt around for recipes online, and then tweaked them slightly to suit my taste.

So, there's no claim that this is particularly authentic, but it does make a good snack or breakfast.

Cooking Time

Prep: 5 mins
Cooking: 13 mins
Total: 18 mins

Categories

Snacks

Ingredients

  • 120g plain flour
  • 5 tbsp caster sugar
  • 1 tbsp unsalted melted butter
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 eggs
  • 60ml milk (or if you're lazy like me, 120g)
  • salt (a small pinch)
  • cooking oil
  • block of mozarella (optional)
  • Pack of bacon lardons (optional)
  • 3 mini loaf tins (mine are <a href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chicago-Metallic-Professional-Non-Stick-8-Cup/dp/B071JDXX5C/" target=_blank rel="noopener">these</a> 9x3cm tins)

Method

  1. Set the oven heating to 200c
  2. If you're using it, Chop off 6 small cubes of mozerella and set to one side
  3. Put the sugar into a mixing bowl
  4. Add the baking butter, soda, salt and vanilla extract
  5. Crack a single egg into the bowl
  6. Add the flour and milk
  7. Whisk until it forms a small batter
  8. Get some cooking oil onto a piece of kitchen towl and rub it around the inside of the loaf tins
  9. Fill each pan about half way with the batter (don't overfill, particularly if you want a soft egg!)
  10. If you're using it, put a piece of mozerella at each end of each pan
  11. Crack an egg into the center of each pan
  12. If you're using them, add some bacon lardons to each pan
  13. Place into the oven for 13 minutes (15 for a hard egg)
  14. Push a knife into each, it should come out batter free, if not, place back in the oven for another couple of minutes
  15. Serve hot, best eaten with fingers (tear them apart) but knife and fork is fine too

Based On

Keywords

snack, street food, Asian, Korea, hot, loaf,

Latest Recipes


Copyright © 2019 Ben Tasker | Sitemap | Privacy Policy
Available at recipebook.bentasker.co.uk / 6vllnkzmmbqdbqdy.onion / recipebook.6zdgh5a5e6zpchdz.onion
Page from: