Chuseok is a Korean harvest festival and is the most popular festival in the Korean calendar when families spend much time together and cook lots of food for this occasion.
It’s a time for family gatherings and great food, one popular dish served often is Jeon made with vegetables, fish or meat. They are a quick and easy to make as a side dish and can be served with rice and any meat dishes.
I have used the following ingredients:
Start by cutting the courgette into thin slices about 5mm -7mm
Place them on a kitchen towel to dry them out and sprinkle some salt on them.
Once dried, coat each slice with flour.
Whisk 2 eggs in a small bowl and dip each piece of courgette in the whisked egg
To cook, put oil in a pan and put on full heat
Fry in a pan until lightly brown on each side
Decorate on top with sliced red chilli if you like spice and want a bit of a kick.
Serve as a side dish with rice and other main dishes.
The Jeon taste great dipped in soy sauce.