About a year ago, my brother-in-law (who is Korean) showed me how to make these kimchi pancakes. When I was learning, we did not do a lot of measuring for the recipe, that is because we mostly just "eye balled it". In other words, you decide how much ingredients to add depending on what consistency, and look you like.
1 egg per person
Flour (or Korean pancake mix)
Sesame oil and seeds
All ingredients without measurements will be talked about later.
Step 1: Korean Kimchi Pancakes: Vegetables.
To get started, cut up enough of your favorite veggies. Enough of them so that the bowl that you're going to be mixing the batter in is almost as full as you want it when the wet ingredients are included. Some veggies I use are cucumbers, summer squash, green bell peppers, mushrooms, and asparagus. Now add the kimchi (which can be purchased at almost all Asian grocery stores, or look up how to make it yourself). All the veggies should be cut as close as possible to 2 inches long, by almost half a centimeter wide.