BANANA PANCAKES

2When we return from our native we usually we get coconuts and bananas. Now bananas becomes black and mushy soon and no one likes to eat them as such. So what other option is left than to use it in cooking and finishing it off than throwing it away. So I made banana pancakes.

This pancake is sweet enough to be eaten as it is. Since it has cake like texture kids love it have it without any syrup.

INGREDIENTS:

Flour – 1 cup

Mashed Bananas – 1 cup (approx 2 small bananas)

Sugar – 2tblspn

Baking Powder -2 tsp

Milk – 1cup

Salt – a pinch

Butter – 3 tblspn + extra while serving

Egg – 1

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Melt butter in a pan.
  • Take a bowl and add egg, sugar, milk and butter and beat till it is slightly fluffy.
  • In another bowl take mashed bananas.
  • Add in flour, salt and baking powder. Add this to the egg mixute and mix so no lumps form.
  • Heat a tawa/griddle and once hot grease it with butter. (if using non-stick then no need)
  • Pour a ladle full of batter on tawa and slightly spread in round form. (If you are unable to spread no worries)
  • Cook on medium and when bubbles form on top flip the pancake to cook on other side.
  • After a minute remove from griddle and repeat the same process to make more pancakes.
  • Serve the pancakes with syrup, jam, butter, fruits or honey or just as it is.

Soft, fluffy and light pancakes are ready to be stacked up.1

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Aishwarya says:

    Can rice flour be used ? or does it need to be maida ?

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    1. yeleena says:

      No- rice flour won’t have that binding for this recipe. You can replace the maida with wheat flour though. You can also check https://workingmomsrecipes.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/choco-wheat-oats-egg-less-pancakes/

      for healthier option of pancakes

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