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Saturday, 10 November 2012

Pancakes for Breakfast, Dinner or Tea!

Anytime Pancakes!

Vegan, Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Rice Free, Soya Free, Refined Sugar Free.
Endometriosis, Crohns & Coeliac Safe.


Admittedly the american pancakes aren't the quickest pancakes in the world to make but it stops them from sticking to the pan, they cook evenly and taste lovely. 
You can Make American or English pancakes with this one recipe.

Ingredients:
1 Tsp Ground Flax Seeds
3 Tsp Hot Water
1 oz Cornmeal
1 oz Quinoa Flour
1 Heaped Tsp Buckwheat Flour
2 Tsp Baking Powder
1/2 Tsp Xanthan Gum
2 Tsp Unrefined Sugar
150 ml Hazelnut milk

Makes: 7 American Pancakes 
+
1 English  Pancake 

First mix your flax egg, mix your ground flax seed with hot water and leave it to thicken for a while.




 Add all your dry ingredients to a bowl and mix them together.
 Add your hazelnut milk slowly and stir the mixture making sure to try and squash any lumps of powder that form.
Now add your 'flax egg' this should thicken your mixture considerably if not you will probably need to whisk your mixture so it turns into a batter.

Cut a piece of baking paper the size of your grill.
 Dollop the mixture onto the baking paper, the thicker you make the dollop the longer it will take to dry out and cook. But the more like american pancakes they will be.

Cook on a low-medium heat to bake slowly.
 Now for the weirdy bit.

When your pancakes are cooked on the top (do not try to turn them over it will not work because your underside is still raw.

place another sheet of baking paper on the grill (so they dont stick to your foil) and flip the baking sheet upside down onto the new baking sheet.

place it back under the grill so the heat will dry out the side attatched to the paper.

When you feel the paper where the pancake is, it should feel firm and not squishy anymore.

Then peel the baking paper slowly away from the pancake and there you have it, the longest way to make pancakes you will ever try but at least the will not stick to anything plus they are light and tasty!


You can top them with agave nectar, unrefined sugar and lemon juice like normal.

 Or you can make a Big english pancake which you just lay out the batter thinly onto your baking sheet not too thinly or your pancake will rip.

repeat the procedure for the american pancakes. - English pancakes cook alot quicker.



You can use you hot red radish sauce as a base layer, add a few strips of smoked salmon toss a few herbs over it all.










And hey presto you have a wrap.
Fold in the sides to the middle, then from the bottom roll up and there you have it.
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