Panfried tuna pancake with spring onions

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If you want something savory but fast and easy for an evening snack, I give you this panfried tuna pancake with spring onions! It could be the fastest snack I have ever made. Inspired by a Korean recipe, this was a cozy way to start my Saturday night in, get the pancake ready on a plate with a cup of artichoke tea, being lazy on the sofa, burn a sandal wood incent and start diving in a nice thick book. Getting the pancake ready was within 10 minutes with smashed canned tuna mixed with flour and spring onion altogether in a mixing bowl and you can add cubes of sliced onion if you have them available. Panfry each side for about 4-5 minutes and you have the crispy pancake ready to be served.

For the dipping sauce, I roasted some sesame seeds and gave them some grinding so the sesame seeds crack open and extract the oils, added a teaspoon of extra sesame oil to enhance the intensity and pour in the soy sauce, mix well and you are ready!

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3 thoughts on “Panfried tuna pancake with spring onions

    • Thanks for reminding me! Stuffs like this was always happening too fast for me to even remember about measuring. So here I used 1 can of tuna after straining out the liquid, 1.5 cup of flour, 1/2 cup of sliced spring onions and you can also use half a cup of onions if you want to. Don’t forget to sprinkle a little salt and pepper too!

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