Sunday, August 8, 2010

Aehobahk Buchim 애호박 부침 Zucchini Fritters



Finally the last banchan before I go on to the main dish for the birthday dinner. Another very simple and delicious side dish that won't cost an arm and a leg. This is equally perfect as a quick snack when you are feeling peckish. Try experiment with other vegetables such as green tomato, pumpkin and sweet potato.



serves 4 as part of a Korean meal
you'll need;
1 large zucchini, cut into 0.5 cm rounds
2 red chillies, finely diced

for the batter;
2/3 cup of flour
1/3 cup of water
1 egg
salt and pepper to taste

for the dipping sauce;
3 tbs of Korean soy
1 tbs of rice vinegar
dash of sesame oil
a little grated ginger and garlic (optional)



Prepare the vegetables.



Prepare the batter.



Dip zucchini rounds into the batter.



Fry in a hot pan with cooking oil on medium heat.



Place some diced chillies in the middle of the zucchini rounds. Turn over to cook the other side.



Serve immediately with the dipping sauce.

22 comments:

  1. Ahh so cute:)makcik goreng cempedak ang goreng pisang pagi ni.Ceria-ceria selalu.

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  2. Korean sitcom fanaticAugust 8, 2010 at 3:34 PM

    You have done a very good job with all your Korean dishes!

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  3. They look very pretty! I am not a big fan of zucchini but I would love to try this with pumpkin.

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  4. I'd love it any time .
    great that it is shallow fried !!

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  5. This looks like a lovely snack. Very beautiful with the green plate!

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  6. I love this. Nice touch on the diced chilli.

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  7. I thought it was fried cake or sth initially, then I notice it was fried zucchini instead. Lol. Enjoy your recipe. Have a nice day!

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  8. Nice little side dish. I will be so happy with just the 3 banchan lol
    What else did you prepare? :)

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  9. Yum! I sometimes cook the Korean fritter when needing something lighter than Japanese tempura. Great dish to share :)

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  10. Battered zucchini fritters are great esp. when they are just out the wok. I love them with some garlic chilli sauce.

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  11. this is interesting. something new for me :)as always m yumming away here.

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  12. A platter with mixed vegetables sounds good. Love the sound of using green tomato. Looks good!

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  13. 很有趣, 可要試一試。

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  14. I suspect those chilis you place in the center of the rounds is quite hot. I really love zucchini fritters and yours look wonderful. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  15. quelle excellente idée de faire des beignets de courgettes, j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  16. Sounds yummy and simple too. Gotta try this recipe.

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  17. hehe, they look like some delicious savoury macarons! Otherwise, it could just be me... :)

    Great idea for an appitizer.

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  18. every time I come to your blog I find another amazing morsel.... I think I am going to rename my blog to "eating the 3 hungry tummies way".... I will bookmark this one too!

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  19. This is interesting something like tempura!

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  20. Thank you everyone for your wonderful comments :) I hope some of you will try to make it soon.

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  21. I am so far behind on my blog reading (and posting). This looks so good for an appetizer. So simple yet with a kick!

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