jiānbǐng (traditional Chinese: 煎餅; literally: “fried pancake”) is a traditional Chinese street food similar to crepes. The main ingredients are a batter of wheat and grain flour, eggs and sauce. I forgot to put in the eggs and used wheat tortillas to wrap them instead.
1 clove of garlic, minced
meat of your choice (we used pork)
red wine, soy sauce, oyster sauce
pepper, garlic powder
vegetables of your choice, julienned
scallions and cilantro
chili sauce or hoisin sauce
Marinate the meat in red wine, black pepper, garlic powder, soy sauce and oyster sauce. Set aside. Julienne the vegetables. Pan fry the garlic in oil, then add the meat, then the vegetables. Fry until done. Let cool (don’t let it get too wet). Add scallions and cilantro, chili sauce or hoisin sauce to taste. Serve in a tortilla and fold like a burrito.
I would probably leave out the carrots, cabbage, and celery next time (I just used what was in the fridge, but cabbage is too wet for the filling). Next time I would put in tomatoes, potatoes, rice, bell peppers, eggs, mushrooms and chopped onions instead.