Gamja Buchim refers to Korea's cripsy potato pancake. It is usually served in some Korean restuarant with sesame kimchi or soy and vinegar dipping sauce as an appetizer. To make Gamja Buchim, the potatoes are grated and the juice is discarded, other shredded vegetables like young squash (or zucchini), leeks, and young peppers are added to the grated potatoes and mixed, and then pan-fried to make a crispy potato pancakes.

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