Thursday 5 October 2017

Nutty Peanut Butter Pancake

This is local snack that I enjoy with a cup of tea...Nutty Peanut Butter Pancake!

This time  round, I spread some peanut butter before sprinkling the grounded peanut mix onto it. The result  is a not-so-messy but equally nutty and delicious peanut butter pancake. Love it! 

Update in November 2017
I made this delicious snack for breakfast but omitted the peanut butter. It's simply delish! Sharing my photos below:

Nutty Peanut Butter Pancake
Serves 4

For the Pancake batter
130g plain flour
1 egg
160ml water
25g sugar
1/2 tsp  yeast
1/2 tsp  bicarbonate of soda

1. Mix together and leave aside for at least 45-60mins (See that the mixture is bubbling. Allow to proof longer for best results)

Increase flour to 150g, sugar to 30g and water to 185ml if you prefer a thicker pancake.

For the Peanut spread
2 tbspn peanut butter spread
40g peanut (grounded coarsely)
30g sugar (Or adjust according to taste)
Small amount of toasted sesame seeds

1. Mix all ingredients together except the peanut butter spread. Set aside.

Can also use red bean paste as fillings.

To Put Together (Using non-stick pan)
1. Lightly grease non-stick pan and pour a ladle of batter to cook.

2. Cook on low heat for 6-8mins.

3. Remove from pan, spread some peanut butter and sprinkle the sesame-peanut mix fillings onto the pancake. 

4. Fold into half, slice and serve.


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