Jianbing: A Classic Chinese Breakfast Recipe

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When it comes to Chinese breakfast, Jianbing (煎饼果子) is an absolute classic. It is somewhere between a pancake and an omelette. In this video, you can learn how to make Jianbing and I share my favorite tricks to make your life easier!

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🌯 Ingredients

For the Cuibing (脆饼):
Wonton wrappers, for deep frying
Oil

Batter (for 3 Jianbing pancakes):
150g all purpose flour
75g mung bean flour (NOT mung bean starch!)
a pinch of salt
350g water
10g neutral (canola) oil

Eggs. Use free range ❤️🥚🐔

For the sauce:
2 Tbsp Hoisin sauce
1 Tbsp Fermented bean paste (Doubanjiang, 豆瓣酱)
1 tsp Fermented Tofu (Doufuru, 豆腐乳)
1 tsp sugar

For garnish:
Chinese pickles (mustard stem)
cilantro, chopped
spring onions, chopped

Jianbing on the street videos uploaded by Tien Chau

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  1. LEE CAI JUN Moe

    lost

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  2. Michael Nicastro

    Thank you this was awesome!

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  3. ElJulianooo

    This is perfect! Tastes fantastic.

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  4. Karla Marx

    I think I'll make a texmex breakfast burrito version of this with tortilla chips for the crunch.

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  5. Kob Kra-chai

    I love how you present the way to make jianbing 😆 so fun

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  6. Vilma Macaringue

    I love jianbing

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  7. Arielle

    I lived in Beijing and this was my absolute favorite as well!!

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  8. Adam A.

    It's like a chinese version of dosa, looks good!

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  9. phlarrdboi

    guess what? they have crèpes in european cooking too. you can use your crèpe maker to do this. yrwlcm

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  10. li wu

    5:05 real depress kick in I don't give a f c

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  11. Daniel Liu

    Tyrrells chips (sea-salted favor) taste exactly like Cuibing in the chinese pancake

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  12. Loretta A

    can you recreate this video?

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  13. NSV

    well I guess when I instagrammed my brother in law's "'jian bing" I was wrong. It was a different bing. Bing is basically bread in Chinese. And I just wikipediaed a few different bings and guessed at that one.
    Anyone know what that crunchy sesame seed bing is called?

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  14. Christiana Jobim

    In Rio they make them. also it is the same though of the "pastel"we have here

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  15. Em Lawrence

    Cregg 😂😂❤️❤️

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  16. Anand N. Vishwamitran

    看起来很好吃吧,我没吃过这个。

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  17. cIimber314

    you might be able to do this with a crêpe-maker

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  18. Ева Гроссман

    🤤🤤🤤

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  19. Natalie Grace

    Have you ever heard of qian Chen bing? If you have could you try doing a video on it?

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  20. YIU

    Great recipe. Here are some things I've added to get my own personal version: add more water to the batter to make it more liquid (similar to crepe batter). Use medium/high heat and use a flat pan. Once you put in the batter in the pan, spread the batter and put the rest back to your bowl in order to get a thin jianbing.

    Unfortunately, I haven't had the chance to taste an 'authentic' jianbing yet, but I can tell that this recipe is pretty delicious.

    Keep up the great work, Andong!

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  21. Diana L

    isn't it only "jianbing guozi" when you wrap your jianbing around a youtiao? I didn't grow up in China so someone please let me know lol

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  22. Davina gaming Pro

    Please. Too much talk

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  23. James Pickard

    Honestly this brings back a lot of memories, I want to make these so badly!

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  24. Tigerius Svarne

    Looks so good.

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  25. Sunanda Adhikary

    You mean it is the chinese version of indian dosa

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  26. Vivian Lu

    My favorite sauce is 甜面酱 sweet soy
    Bean sauce, you can find it in Asian supermarkets. I remember I grew up in Shanghai, every week we would buy 煎饼果子 it’s my favorite breakfast. But when I move to US, the pancake is so expensive here and the cracker isn’t right. I would definitely try making it, thank you for your receipt!

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