Scallion pancakes (cong you bing) are unleavened flatbreads folded with spring onions. Unlike Western pancakes, they are made using a dough instead of batter, giving it its flaky, chewy texture. They're then pan-fried to form a crispy exterior.
This recipe uses two products from ZubuChon: their guava jelly and lechon flakes. (Feel free to use whichever brand you can get your hands on.) The lechon flakes go into the pancakes as a meaty addition. The guava jelly gets turned into a sweet, slightly spicy sauce that complements the savory pancakes.