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ok. i made two of adjustments here. first, i use spring roll wrappers, so i roll them instead of shaping them into pancakes. second, i didn't fry them. i put them on baking tray, sprayed using olive oil, and bake them at 200 for approx. 15 minutes. other than those, these pancakes are great! i also made a sauce from equal part of soy sauce and mirin, with a dash of chili powder.

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j.sugiarto April 07, 2008

YUM! So easy and quick! I used 24 won ton wrappers, 1/2 cup scallions(all I had) and added 1 large red jalapeno. Gave it a festive Christmas look! I cut in half on the angle making 24 appetizers. You do need to use more oil for the frying. Thanks for a great treat!

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Rita~ November 12, 2007

These were amazing! way more impressed with them than i thought i would be. they will be a regular snack around my house. we added a little finly choped white onions,mushrooms and bean sprouts to the mix. was soooooo good diped in a little spicy mayo. my kids devoured them!

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minderelly March 04, 2011

I served these as an appetizer for a chinese dinner party we hosted this week. I cut each pancake in half and drizzled with a blend of rice vinegar, soy sauce, and sesame oil. Everyone really enjoyed them. I will make these crunchy treats again. Thanks Gay.

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Miraklegirl September 14, 2003

This is definately company fare! They are so quick to make and sooooo tasty. I didn't even bother with the soy sauce as there was no need! A great alternative to greasy potato chips that will become a staple snack in my house. Thanks so much for posting them, Gay!

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Malriah August 17, 2003

Gay, I was looking in the thread for "Cooking the Elves," saw this recipe someone was planning to make. I thought it sounded good, made it for lunch, and WOW AM I *EVER* happy I looked in that thread! These are fantastic! I think you could even entertain with these. I did not use sesame oil to make them more waist-friendly, and I also fried them in PAM. Thank you very much for posting this!

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spatchcock August 05, 2003

DH and I loved these. I could have just ate these. I have never had them before, but I plan on making them again, real soon. Thankyou so much for introducing us to them. Delicious!

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mommyoffour February 15, 2010

These were pretty good, they seemed to need a little more punch. After cooking them they were still a little floppy, not crisp the way I percieved they should be, I crisped them in the oven and they gained a lot. Thanks

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Chef ladyinblue3 January 23, 2010

Tasted pretty good, but doesn't stay together if you put too many scallions in each one. Also, tastes like rubber unless you fry them real well. That being said, I loved the ones that turned out good. Also made a dipping sauce with equal parts white vinegar and soy sauce, but added a little crushed red pepper to it.

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jrussell.black April 04, 2007

I made this as part of the Cooking the Elves tribute, and I am so glad I found this simple and yummy recipe. No won ton wrappers in this country, so I used cigar wrappers (the dough used to make Moroccan meat-stuffed cigars). It worked like a dream and we love this little part of Chinese-Moroccan fusion cuisine!

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Mirj August 23, 2003
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