Recipe by meowypurr
"Quick and Easy! There are many variations of Jian Bing, a.k.a. Chinese Crepe; this is only one. I use scallions and cilantro in this recipe, but others use different ingredients, such as sunflower seeds. Instead of crackers one can also use Chinese fried dough (You Tiao). Enjoy!"
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water, if needed
Chinese black bean sauce
Asian chile pepper sauce, or to taste
green onion, sliced
torn fresh cilantro leaves
This was very good! The only thing I would change about this recipe is to increase the amount of batter and use 1.5 times as much as directed, and add chopped preserved mustard tubers since all the ones I ate in China had those ingredients. Very good adapted recipe for the home kitchen!
Thank you for the recipe, i have looking for one like this for long time. this is great!
I have more of a question than a review: Does anyone know what the Chinese make the crispy dough with? Or how they make it? That was the best part of the crepe for me and I'm curious to try it.
I can't wait to make this! I LOVE this dish.
OMG I have been looking for a recipe like this for a long time. This is one of my favorite street foods at home. Thank you so much for this recipe. You are a Godsend!
DELICIOUS! I thought I'd never find the recipe for this!
aahh..you should quickly break the yolk when it touches the pan.. :p i saw them did that :p anyway this is a great recipe :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Jian Bing (Chinese Crepes)
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 101
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