Two Things I Would Like To Say About Various Fried, Pancake-like Foodstuffs
And in other fried, pancakey stuff news, a coworker brought Korean bean curd pancakes to work last night and said she wanted me to try some good old Korean grandma home cooking. Yum, yum, yum. They were a little bit like Chinese scallion pancakes. I think there was kimchi in them (which, depending on how you feel about kimchi, I guess, either just piqued your interest or turned your stomach). I told her to bring her grandma's food in anytime. :)
I think she said they were called pin-jay-dock, but a Google search on that brings up nothing. But "Korean bean curd pancake" brought up this, which sounds just about right:
"Pindaettok: This mung bean pancake is another favourite street food or drinking nibble, cooked and served piping hot off the griddle and usually filled with ground meat, bean sprouts, chillies and fresh coriander."