Pancake and Egg Rolls


See here is the thing with me and winter… we kind of share a love and hate relationship. I love winter because I can wear tons of cloths and hide my tons of layers of fat but on the other hand I hate winter because even if I apply tons n tons of moisturizer my skin still feel dry and dead and BAD! Then again I love winter as it’s season of festivity and holidays but yet again I dread the shopping and the planning and the decorating and the never-ending to-do list… (OK I really not dread shopping! And my dear hubby if you are reading this, which I am sure you are; you need to pitch in with the rest!!).

So the list goes on and on but honestly with all being said I ADORE this time of the year, the shorter days, the long nights, fireplace, just being lazy and cozy whenever we get a chance… Yes I do have a special relationship with winter!


But the thing I most love about this time of the year is the food…. the deliciousness wrapped with the blanket of comfort and warmth. From cookies to curries and soups to stew, every recipes scream Love and “Bikini Season is Over”! So today lets start our morning with a cozy and comforting “Pancake and Egg Rolls”

This is such a delicious way to start your day, savory Asian style “Green Onion Pancakes” recipe you can find here layer with a simple omelet and rolled. It may feel like a not-so-easy recipe but trust me it is a breeze to make. I personally make my pancake dough in the night and then in the morning I am good to go.


You can always add a little meat or veggies in your roll too but I really enjoy it simple with a hot sauce.

So my lovelies, celebrate and enjoy while the season is here… we will take care of our waistline once the spring starts to knock on our door.

Pancake and Egg Rolls


  • Green Onion Pancakes (recipe- Green Onion Pancake ) – 4
  • Eggs – 1-2 per person
  • Salt and pepper as per taste
  • Oil for frying the omelets
  • Hot sauce (or any dipping sauce as per liking) – 4
  • Eggs – 1-2 per person
  • Salt and pepper as per taste
  • Oil for frying the omelets
  • Hot sauce (or any dipping sauce as per liking)


  1. Make 4 pancakes with the recipe here - recipe . Set aside.
  2. In a clean bowl add 1-2 eggs, salt and pepper and beat with a help of fork until frothy.
  3. Heat oil in a nonstick pan, pour the egg mixture and fry until brown and crispy on one side -12 minute and then flip and fry until the other side gets done too about 1 minute.
  4. Take a scallion pancake and put the omelet on it, gently roll the pancake layered with omelet and cut the roll into 2-3 sections for making it easy to eat.
  5. Repeat until all the omelets are done and pancake rolls are made.
  6. Serve immediately with dipping sauce of choice.

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  • Jamie November 11, 2013, 6:18 pm

    I just saw this on Facebook and had to come to see the recipe! What a lovely, flavorful light meal! I have never made pancakes like this and would love to try! Beautiful!

  • Rosa November 11, 2013, 7:19 pm

    Divine egg rolls! That is such a wonderful dish. Now, I’m craving it!



  • Kulsum November 11, 2013, 8:46 pm

    I LOVeeee scallion pancakes and use them for kathi rolls (yes)!!

  • Laura (Tutti Dolci) November 11, 2013, 11:17 pm

    What tasty egg rolls, and so comforting!

  • mjskit November 12, 2013, 4:31 am

    Simply gorgeous and delicious! I can see having this for breakfast, lunch or supper. Thank you for sharing!

  • Raymund November 12, 2013, 6:13 am

    Definitely one of my favourite Asian snack!

  • yummychunklet November 12, 2013, 7:02 pm

    Yum! This recipe looks delicious!

  • Kitchen Belleicious November 12, 2013, 8:18 pm

    i have never thought of this. well i have never thought of alot of things you post before because you are so darn creative! I cant’wait to try it

  • Kiran @ November 16, 2013, 5:15 am

    We are a huge fan of green onion pancakes. Your version looks equally delicious!!!

  • Nami | Just One Cookbook November 21, 2013, 6:31 pm

    Wait, that’s a half serving right? I can eat double portion EASILY. Love those flaky pancakes! My kids love it when Shen make it for weekend breakfast (it’s always his job but he uses premade pancake from Asian store). Gotta try homemade soon!

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