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Salty Pancakes with Dried Shrimps Recipe

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Recipe: Salty Pancakes with Dried Shrimps and Shredded Cabbage

1 cup of all-purpose flour
1 cup of water
1 egg
1/2 cup of dried shrimps (soak for 5 minutes in hot water)
1 cup of shredded cabbages
1/4 teaspoon of salt
1/4 teaspoon of sugar


Soak the dried shrimps in hot water for 5 minutes. Whisk all ingredients in a bowl until well blended and smooth. Heat up the pan and add some cooking oil. Use a ladle to scoop up the batter and pour it onto the pan. Flip the salty pancakes and cook it to light brown on both sides.

Serve hot with chili sauce.

Cook’s Notes:
  • You can substitude shredded cabbages with 1 stalk of scallion (chopped).
  • Rasa Malaysia recommends Maggie Chili Sauce if you are in Malaysia or Sri Racha Chili Sauce if you are in the United States.
  • I hope the second picture doesn’t look too “religious.” I was trying to be creative?! *wink*
  • Picture deleted since Chris thinks so. *wink*

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    23 COMMENTS... read them below or add one

    1. Chris

      You’ve done a great job! What a mouth-watering pancake, gosh…

      I can’t wait to go home and try…arghhh

      2nd picture does look religious, =P

    2. Meiyen

      wow…..looks like it’s a simple recipe but not too sure if i can make it though :p your pancakes definitely looks good and very appetizing!!!! :D

    3. Rasa Malaysia

      Lucia and WMW – yeah, shrimps again, but dried ones. ;)

      Boo – Sambal Heebee…good idea. You don’t need the chili sauce then.

      Asha – thanks for visiting RM and yes, Happy Thanksgiving to you too.

      Meiyen – they are very easy to make, but you are in KL, so you don’t have to make anything at home, just go out and eat. I have no choice, I have to cook if I want to eat Malaysian food. :(

    4. Rasa Malaysia

      Ho – yep, you can’t get this kind of home-style pancakes at restaurants. Gotta make them yourself.

      Passionate Eater – It’s really easy. I wasn’t “bluffing.” There is no need to knead the dough, just whish everything together and voila, they are done!

      Tonixe – LOL. Maybe I should be the one watching my weight now! It looks like I eat a lot more now that I have a food blog. :-O

      Chris and all readers of Rasa Malaysia – Happy Thanksgiving to all. I am not going to make any Turkey or American traditional food, stay tuned for what I am going to cook!

      Michael – Just make sure you don’t drool in your cubicle or Elliot is going to tell Company X’s boss!

      Mallika – The essence of this recipe is actually the “dried shrimpy” flavors, so I would not encourage that. But I haven’t tried them with normal shrimps, so there. ;)

    5. Rasa Malaysia

      Meiyen – I agree with both hands and both legs in regards to home-cooked food is the best!

      Teckiee – no need to email, you can just lick them off the computer screen. Muahahaha.

      Paati – thanks for visiting Rasa Malaysia. I will check out your site promptly. :)

    6. Amelia Chee

      Hi Bee, this is the 2nd recipe I tried of your website. Tasty and easy to make. Normally, my daughter is not a fan of pancakes but she loves it. Thanks for sharing!

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