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the disk up to get a nice, tightly spiraled log.
8. Roll the log up,
lengthwise, to get a nice, fat spiraled disk.
9. Place the spiral flat on
your work surface (i.e., you'll want the spiral to be parallel
to the work surface, not perpendicular). Squash it down slightly with the palm of your
hand, then roll it out into a thin disk, about 6" in
10. Flour well on both
sides, then set aside on a floured surface while you finish
making the remaining pancakes. If you’re making the pancakes
ahead of time and plan to cook them all later, flour each very
well, then stack the pancakes between layers of waxed paper.
Refrigerate until you’re ready to cook.
11. To cook: Heat 1 tbsp. or
so of oil in a skillet on medium-high. Spread the oil around to
cover the pan. When the oil is hot, cook your pancake on both
sides until golden brown. Serve with soy sauce.
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