Sunday, June 24, 2012

Spinach Pancakes

This is an eggless version.  And the spinach adds a nice taste to it.  Use the spinach with the stalks too, it adds  a nice crunch to the pancake


Ingredients:


Refined Flour - 1 cup
Baking powder - 1/2 tsp
Milk - 1/4 cup
Spinach - one large bunch
Pepper - liberal
Salt to taste
Oil/butter for frying

Blanch the spinach  in hot water for a couple of minutes
Cool.  Chop fine along with the stems

Make a batter with the flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, milk
If you need to make thinner pancakes add more milk or even water

Heat a pan.
Add butter or oil
Pour out pancakes
Brown on both sides.







These savoury pancakes can be had with just about anything.  Enjoy.

21 comments:

  1. wow..pancakes looks so lovely and delicious..will surely try these pancakes.

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  2. Hi Radha ,

    looks delicious and soft!!!

    Keep on :)

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  3. the pancakes are so much looking like rava dosa. i never make pancake but will give this one a try.

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    1. I thought so too :-) but the ingredients are different and the addition of spinach makes it seem as if there is coriander and thus the look.

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  4. interesting recipe.. I have never tried egg less savory pancakes,

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  5. I always like the savory pancakes vs the sweet version. This recipe is so cool. I never thought of adding spinach to anything.

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  6. Very delicious and yummy one. Love the addition of spinach.

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  8. Healthy and definitely am loving this savoury pancakes.

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  9. really great recipe.. loved the addition of spinach.. looks very healthy and interesting..
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  11. wow...very healthy n delicious pancakes dear !!!!it has come out so well!!!!!!

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  12. so spongy and delicious!

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  13. Those perforated holes make it more appealing.

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