Pancake with Blueberry



One of my Friends gave me some blueberry. I don’t eat blueberry as fruit, but I do love cooking with it.

Pancake with BlueberryIngredients:

2 eggs, 2 ¼ teaspoons baking powder, 1 ½ cups flour, 1 cup milk, 3 tablespoons sugar, 3 tablespoons melted butter, ¾ teaspoon salt, 1 cup blueberries


Pancake with Blueberry1. Rinse blueberry, pick out all the bad ones, use paper towel to pat dry, set aside.

2. Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and salt, set aside.

3. Mix butter with 1/2 cup milk, pour over flour mixture.

Pancake with Blueberry4. Add another 1/2 cup milk and eggs, mix well until batter get smooth.

5. Add blueberry into batter, mix well.

6. Heat up frying pan on medium heat, add a little bit cooking oil, pour 1/2 cup batter into pan, spread evenly.

Pancake with Blueberry7. Flip pancake carefully when you see bubbles come out and pop.

8. Cook pancake until both side get golden brown.

9. Serve with syrup and butter.

I like to eat pancake plain. It tastes good without syrup.


Pancake with Blueberry


Rice Pancake with Bacon and Green Onion


Rice Pancake with Bacon and Green Onion


I’m not a steam rice person, so whenever I got some leftover rice, what’s in my mind is when to eat it, it’s how to re-cook it. I like to add more flavor to rice so it will taste much better.

Ingredients:Rice Pancake with Bacon and Green Onion

Egg, Bacon, Leftover Rice, Green Onion, seasoning.


1. Heat up frying pan on medium heat, fry bacon until crispy, then break into little pieces. Set aside.

2. Chop green onion into little pieces, mix with some salt and any other seasoning you want to use, set aside for several minutes so the green onion will get tender.

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3. Mix bacon and green onion together.

4. Add rice to mixture, mix well.

5. Add egg to mixture, make sure it’s not too dry, just enough juice to scoop and shape.

You can blend the batter some if you like it fine.

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6. Heat up frying pan on medium high heat, pour some cooking oil, scoop the batter into pan and shape it flat.

7. Flip pancake it’s lightly brown. It’s ready when both side are lightly brown.

8. Serve when hot.


Pancake with Zucchini and Dried Shrimp


Pancake with Zucchini


I cooked this type of pancake before, but never tried cooking it with a frame. I thought it looks pretty neat when I first saw it online. It actually tastes pretty good. 

Ingredients:Pancake with Zucchini

1 medium size zucchini, 3 eggs, some all-purpose flour, some dried shrimp*, 2 slices of purple onion, seasoning.


Pancake with Zucchini1. Chop zucchini into thin strips.

2. Mix dried shrimp and seasoning with zucchini.

For seasoning, I used salt, sugar and white pepper powder.Pancake with Zucchini

Dried shrimp is pretty salty, so be careful on how much salt you put in.

3. Let the zucchini mix sitting for several minutes.

Pancake with Zucchini4. Add eggs into zucchini mix, mix well.

5. Add flour into zucchini mix, then mix well.

Make sure the batter is not too thick. Add water if needed.

6. Slice onion, then break onion slice into onion ring.Pancake with Zucchini

7. Heat up skillet, add cooking oil, adjust heat to medium high, put onion ring in skillet.

8. Scoop batter into onion ring, flip when the bottom side turn lightly brown.

Pancake with Zucchini9. When both sides turn lightly brown, transfer to plate.

10. Serve when hot.

You can serve with some dipping sauce. I normally would serve with some vinegar, or mix vinegar, soybean sauce and sesame oil.


* For “dried shrimp”, please see link below: