May 2, 2020 9:33:38 pm
In the mood for a mouth-watering yet light dish? While typical pancakes are made of plain flour or maida, it is time you ditch them for a more healthy version with atta or whole wheat flour pancakes. Pancakes make for a sumptuous and filling breakfast dish that can help break monotonous routines. It also adds variety and helps kick-start the day.
Here is a whole wheat flour pancake version that we chanced upon on Master Chef India runner’s up Neha Deepak Shah’s Instagram.
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🥞WHOLE WHEAT PANCAKE🥞& it is EGGLESS !!! Super easy & can be made using the most basic ingredients. It is nice and fluffy & I enjoy it with a lot of summer fruits 🥭🍒🍌 Here is the recipe & you can also find this in the highlights – Dry ingredients 1 cup whole wheat flour 1 tbsp corn flour 2 tbsp coconut sugar or regular powdered sugar 2 tsp baking powder A pinch of salt Wet Ingredients 1 cup + 2 tbsp milk (room temperature) 2 tbsp melted butter 1/2 tsp vanilla extract You can also put cinnamon powder, cocoa powder, orange zest to add additional flavour Method Mix all the dry ingredients and then add the wet ingredients and make a smooth flowing batter (like idli batter) Pour batter on hot non stick tawa and cook on low flame, once you see bubbles, flip it and cook on the other side. Do not cook this on a super hot pan #breakfast #breakfastideas #love #Eggfree #Recipe #Pancake #vegetarianrecipe #Vegetarian #Vegetarianfood #Quarantine #Lockdown #Stayhome #Staystrong #Masterchef #MasterchefIndia #EasyRecipe #Goodfood #ChefsofInstagram
This is what she had to say. “Super easy and can be made using the most basic ingredients. It is nice and fluffy and I enjoy it with a lot of summer fruits,” she said.
Here’s the recipe she shared.
1 cup – Whole wheat flour
1tbsp – Corn flour
2tbsp – Coconut sugar or regular powdered sugar
2tsp – Baking powder
A pinch of salt
1 cup + 2tbsp milk (room temperature)
2tbsp – Melted butter
1/2tsp – Vanilla extract
You can also put cinnamon powder, cocoa powder, orange zest to add additional flavour.
*Mix all the dry ingredients and then add the wet ingredients and make a smooth flowing batter (like idli batter).
*Pour the batter on a hot non-stick tawa and cook on low flame. Once you see bubbles, flip it and cook on the other side.
*Do not cook this on a super-hot pan.
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