Spring Onion Pancake with Philips Airfryer

Spring Onion Pancakes 1

It had been ages of me wanting to try out this make this spring onion pancakes. It was not too difficult to follow and the ingredients were not to many, flour, spring onion, salt and oil. My first try was not that successful as the inside of the dough was not cook well. The outcome would have been better if I had roll flatten the pancake before aorfrying.

Spring Onion Pancakes

250g Plain Flour
150g Boiling Water
50g Cold Water
100g Finely Chopped Spring Onion
1 tsp salt
olive oil

1. Boil 150g of water, Pour it into a mixing bowl with plain flour in spiral manner. Stir with chopsticks or spatula until it looks crumbly. Pour in cold water. Knead with your hand gently until smooth and well incorporated. Brush oil over the dough. Cover in cling film. Leave it to rest for 1 hour.

2. After proofing for 1 hour, the dough looks smooth and shiny. The gluten in the dough also makes it more elastic and stretchable. Divide the dough into 4 equal parts. Roll each part out (or flatten with hand) into long flat dough with even thickness. Brush oil over the dough. Sprinkle with spring onion and salt. Gently press the spring onion onto the dough (s0 that spring onion stays on when the dough is rolled). Roll the dough up into a barrel shape. Keep rolling gently to elongate it. Coil it into spiral. Brush on the last coat of oil (so that it doesn’t stick to the plate). Leave it on a plate. Cover with cling film. Leave it to rest for 1 more hour.

3. Gently press the spiral pancake flat. Heat up the airfryer 185C for 3mins. Airfry the pancake for 12-15mins at 185C.

My spring Onion pancake outcome was not perfect as I forgotten to press the pancake flat before airfrying. Therefore the inside of pancake was not cooked well. I need to try it again soon.

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