200th post??? Yes, dear friends, today I have reached my 200th post in just 10 months, quite a big achievement. When I started writing entries to my blog, I wasn't sure whether people even be reading my post or not, or how it would inspire me to explore new and exciting recipes. Thanks a lot friends for being part of this little Sanoli's Kitchen space. I have learned and am still learning food photography and recipe writing. Everyday is a new learning experience and my blog helps me to take challenge myself in the kitchen. Thanks to all my blogger friends, viewers and readers. Actually, it really means a lot to me...
Today, I am going to post a yummilicious and favourite breakfast recipe, Savoury Pancake, very easy to make and not only loved by my family, but extremely loved by all generations. We often think of the common pancake as smothered in syrup. Many enjoy it with fruits, confectioner's sugar, or even with chocolate. But why not savory? I am not that much fond of sweets, Thus I developed a simple and hearty satisfying healthier breakfast with loaded with vegetables, you can even eat it plain or simply with ketchup or pickle......its truelly delicious!!!
2 Cups All Purpose Flour / Self Raising Flour (maida)
1 Cubed Cheese, grated (optional)
1/2 Cup Finely Chopped Onion
3 Green Chillies (finely chopped)
2 tbsps Finely Chopped Tomato
1/2 tsp Minced Ginger
2 tbsps Finely Chopped Cilantro (coriander leaves)
1/2 tsp Black Pepper powder
1 Cup Milk
Salt to taste
4 tbsps oil for frying
In a bowl, combine all purpose flour, eggs, salt, black pepper powder and milk.
Keep mixing until the flour dissolves and the batter becomes a thick, yet a bit runny. Add little water (if needed) to make a desired consistency.
Now add onion, tomato, ginger, grated cheese and Cilantro in with the batter. Keep mixing for a minute or two and set aside.
Heat a tawa or a non-stick griddle. Drizzle 3-4 drops of oil in it. Add 1/4 cup batter in it.
Let it set for 1-2 minutes or until bubbles appear on its surface. Flip the other side when it turns into golden brown.
Let otherside cook for another 2 minutes. Remove from griddle. Follow the same process for the remaining pancakes.
Serve hot. If desire, drizzle maple syrup or butter on each pancake. But I prefer this pancake in Indian style, with simply ketchup or pickles......it's truelly yummy breakfast!!!
Sending to: Jagruti's Pancake Day celebration