Sunday, March 30, 2008
2. Prepare vegetables by slicing them thinly and short. For jalapeno peppers, you want to mince them.
3. Add an egg before adding the vegetables. Once the egg is well mixed, add the vegetables to the mix.
4. Cut the oysters into small sizes and add to the mix.
So this is what the final mix looks like and this does not yet look so appetizing but be patient. :)
5. Oil your pan and pour the mix on the pan.
After cooking 2 minutes in high heat, turn to med heat for additional 2 minutes. When it's ready for flipping, it should look like below. Before flipping, make sure the pancake is not stuck to the pan. Use a thin spatula and separate it before flipping.
6. Have a great deal of fun flipping the sucker. It’s really not difficult. But I understand if you wanna take no chance. You can use a wide spatula.
So after flipping, the bottom side now up should look nice and brown. Cook additional 2-3 minutes on the uncooked side. If you want more brown for crispier texture, cook a little longer. You can check by slowly lifting the pancake on one side with a spatula to see how brown it is.
7. When it’s ready, put a dish on top of your pan and lift the pan so that the pancake will be on your dish with the good looking side up without any trouble. No more flipping.
All you gotta do now is grub. The first two pictures are when it's normally cooked with 2 minutes of cooking after flipping.
Or you can make it slightly more burned. Personally I like it little burned because it's crispier.