Thursday, September 3, 2009


This week I was very busy with some new business venture of mine so bit late to update my blog. But yes now I am free to post a wonderful recipe which my Mother cooked for me this week. I think Mother is that special person in our life who knows what is perfect for the moment even if you haven’t spent a word. She cooked a very nutritious mixed sprout pancake for me, it is really a filler and can be very good breakfast especially if you have in front some long hours of non stop work. Try out this mixed sprout pancake roll and tell me how you like it.


For Pancake
Flour 1 cup
Egg 1
Milk 1 ½ cup
Sugar 1 tsp (optional)
Salt and pepper according to taste

For Stuffing
Boiled mixed sprouts ½ cup
Grated carrot 2tbsp
Grated beetroot 2tbsp
Grated cabbage 2tbsp
Chopped onion 2tbsp
Chopped tomatoes 2tbsp
Chopped green chilly ¼ tsp
Chopped cilantro 1tbsp
Mashed potato 4tbsp
Oil 1tsp
Lemon juice 1tsp
Sugar ½ tsp (optional)
Salt and pepper according to taste

First prepare the stuffing, heat oil in a pan then add the chopped onion as it turns a bit transparent add the sprouts and all the vegetable then stir it well then add the mashed potato ,sugar, salt and pepper and lemon juice. Your stuffing is ready keep it aside. Now in a medium bowl, mix plain flour, egg, milk, sugar pepper and salt then make into a smooth batter. Heat up a non-stick pan over low heat; brush a little oil to the pan. Pour some batter to the pan and swirl into a round thin pancake. Let it cook and then flip the pancake over and cook for another a few second.
To assemble the roll, put some filling on top of the pancake, and roll it up like a spring roll. Your mix sprout pancake is ready to break your fast.



Anonymous said...

These sound really something you could just keep eating!

Jessie said...

very creative and delicious

Anonymous said...

Delicious pancakes, I like the sprouts and the other veggies as a filling, so healthy, excellent!