2 cups of flour (bread or all-purpose)
1 cup of warm water
1/2 cup chopped green onions/scallions
1 TB sesame oil
1. Slowly mix the warm water with flour, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon.
2. Once the water has been completely absorbed, knead the dough on a clean surface until the surface of the dough is smooth.
3. Flatten the dough into a large rectangle and brush the surface with sesame oil. Sprinkle with chopped scallions.
4. Roll the dough into a log (like a taquito) then roll the log into a ball (like a cinnamon bun).
5. Flatten the dough out into your hands. The point of this is to knead the scallions into the dough and distribute evenly. There are several ways to do it and I'm using the method I learned at ABC Cooking Studio.
6. Flatten the dough again, this time into a large circle, about the size of your skillet.
7. Heat some vegetable oil on medium high, then add the pancake. After about 4 minutes, the bottom of the pancake will be browned. Flip the pancake over and brown the other side.
Remove and blot with paper towels. Then cut into wedges. You could eat these with just plain soy sauce, but I like to make a soy-vinegar-ginger-sriracha sauce.