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Ku jol pan in Chicago?

Ann Fisher | Nov 12, 2003 01:59 PM

I saw this intriguing item in a review of a Korean restaurant in New York. Do any of our Korean restaurants serve it?

Ku jol pan refers to a glossy tray divided into nine compartments. In the center dish is a pile of delicate palm-size pancakes strewn with sesame seeds. Surrounding the pancakes are little dishes of food, to be wrapped in the pancakes and dipped into a tangy soy-and-wasabi sauce. It is easily enough for two, and possibly three or four.


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