160 g plain flour
½ tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp yeast
½ cup warm milk
¼ cup + 3 tbsp oil
¼ cup brown sugar
¼ tsp cinnamon powder
2 tbsp ground peanuts (toasted)
While you can enjoy Hotteok in some popular Korean restaurants outside of Korea in countries like Singapore, you can make your very own with our Hotteok recipe in the kitchen. Give this Korean recipe a try today!
How to store the Hotteok?
Typically, we advise consuming the pancakes on the day you make them as they will taste the best. However, if you need to store the Hotteok, you can pack them into ziploc bags and place them in the freezer. To eat, simply take them out, reheat them on a pan or in the microwave.
How long can the Hotteok be kept?
If you have the Hotteok placed in the refrigerator or freezer, we advise consuming them within a week so that you can still relish in the freshness of the flavor. Should you have stored the Hotteok at room temperature, they should be eaten within a day or two.
Can I replace brown sugar with honey in the Hotteok recipe?
Yes you can, and in fact, this would make the filling more gooey and incredibly delicious to munch on. You can go further by adding walnuts to complement the flavors of the honey.
Are Hotteok always meant to be sweet?
Those who want to experiment with the filling can make savory Hotteok by stuffing vegetables like kimchi or bulgogi. You can also make Hotteok inspired by the local flavors and bring in a twist! The pancakes are extremely versatile - we encourage you to also create your own Hotteok recipe with a signature filling for your family and friends.
Tips on How to Make Hotteok
How to Make Hotteok
Serve it hot.