Recipe for Segaji Beoseot Jeon (세가지 버섯 전) - Pancakes with Mixed Mushrooms

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  • About a Dozen 4-5 inch Pancakes
  • Preparation:
  • Cooking:


Pancake Mix:

  • 150g (about 2 cups) Beech Mushrooms
  • 100g (1¼ cups) Oyster or King Oyster Mushrooms
  • 100g (1½ cups) Enokitake
  • 100-125g (2-2½ cups) Garlic Chives
  • 60g (about ½-cup) Onion
  • 9g (1T) Garlic
  • 440g (3½ cups) Dry Mix from my Jeon Recipe
  • 400g (14oz) Water

Dipping Sauce:

  • 32g (2T) Soy Sauce
  • 15g (1T) Rice Vinegar


  • Slice and discard any browned, wilted, and slimy pieces of mushroom, and remove woody parts. Rinse under water and drain.
  • Split the mushrooms down by hand, or cut the larger ones with a knife.
  • Remove the wilted parts of the chives, rinse, drain, and chop into 2 inch lengths. Slice the onion into thin wedges. Mince the garlic.
  • In a large bowl, combine all of the dry jeon mix, and cold water. Whisk together, then add all of the mushrooms, chives, and garlic. Take a spatula and carefully flip the vegetables in the batter.
  • Fry up the pancakes in some vegetable oil, about 3-5 minutes on each side, or until golden brown.
  • Enjoy with some dipping sauce.

*Bunny Wisdom*

  • I use both white and brown beech mushrooms in this recipe. You are welcome to just use one kind.
  • When I wash the enokitake, I give them a gentle squeeze at the base, because they soak up some water while washing.
  • The mushrooms only need to be divided if they are large. I cut my mushrooms down to a size that allows me to cook the pancake flat.
  • I often put my hands in the mix to flip the mushrooms and chives; I don't want to break too many mushrooms in half.
  • The pancakes can be made larger than the 5-inch size, perfect for sharing with friends and family.
  • Korean pancake mix is readily available in Korean grocery stores. Instead of my dry mix, you can substitute about 440g (3½ cups) of pancake mix.
  • I like my pancakes to have a lot of filling, but you are definitely welcome to add less ingredients. The above measurements for the vegetables are just a guideline. You can choose to add only one or two kinds of mushrooms, although having a good mix makes the pancakes tastier. Just make sure you have a total of about 300g of mushrooms.
  • If the batter looks thick (it should be slightly thinner than buttermilk pancake batter), add a splash of water. Conversely, if it's too thin, add some all-purpose flour or Korean pancake mix.
  • To speed up the process, use a non-stick griddle; utilize the space and make a few pancakes at a time.
  • Cut up the pancakes to make it easier to eat. I use a pair of kitchen scissors and cut them into wedges or squares.
  • Add a teaspoon of minced ginger or some chopped onion into the dipping sauce to give it a different flavor.

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