We’ve been wanting to eat hot cake since the last 4 years but looking in the hot cake mix in every Korean supermarket we are just left in a corner wishing for the day we can finally buy a hot cake mix. It is not about the price it is about the product description and how to cook it, my husband and I can’t read or speak Hangul.
Well few days ago my friend in Korea who now resides in the US shared the photo of hot cake she just cooked for late night snacks. I’ve told her about our ordeal and she happily shared her recipes, so when my husband came home from work I opened up of having hot cake on our Friday cheat day, he is a little unwilling because he said it is a different mix but I insisted that I can translate the description written in the package by using virtual Korean keyboard.
So when we shopped for groceries we scanned the hot cake mix for a good deal, Ottogi Hot Cake Mix is the best deal we could get so we bought one package which is 500g and two bottle of Ottogi Cake Syrup. When we reached home, I carefully copied the procedure at the back using the virtual Korean keyboard and translate it using Google. It helps but the translation is not well translated, it is not easy to understand it is such a headache!
Oh well, when I got tired understanding the English translation I opted on searching in the internet and voila in just few key strokes I found what I need about Ottogi Hot Cake Mix.
▶ Product Description
- Avoid direct sunlight, store in cool place.
- After opening, reseal and store it in the refrigerator.
▶ To Prepare
- Mix 2 egg with 270cc of milk or water.
- Pour 500g of hotcake mix and mix well with 1 egg.
- Fry it in a low heat the dough for 2-3 minutes and turn it upside down and heat it again for 2 minutes.
So when Friday came we followed the instruction above and we are able to make our how hot cake as Friday treat. Having no whisk to mix the ingredients didn’t stop us.