Pan-Fried Perilla Leaves 깻잎전

Perilla leaves, stuffed with a pork-based filling, then eggwashed and fried.

Hi! This shell of a recipe is just here to make the demo index page look a bit less empty. Watch this video if you actually want to cook it!

Actually, let’s demo some features!

If you’re reading this “recipe” on the demo site or GitHub, it might be instructive to look at the source code as well.

As you’ve just seen, you can use level-2 headings to subdivide a recipe into different parts – that’s handy if, say, a recipe describes how to make a thing and a sauce for that thing.

Due to limitations described here, you can’t have a heading right at the start of a recipe. For the same reason, don’t precede a heading with a horizontal rule, but do add one after it (basically, just do it the way it’s done here).

As shown in the previous “step”, three nested blockquotes can help you draw attention to (part of) an instruction. If there was a need to, say, bring half a liter of water to a rolling boil, it might be appropriate to warn the reader:

Don’t burn the water!

Or something slightly more sensible like that.

Of course, the standard Markdown styling features are also at your disposal – bold, italic, and strike-through, just to name a few. Links and images can be embedded in the usual way.

Inline HTML, while inelegant (especially this tag), works too!