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Monday, 14 February 2011

PANCAKE PIZZA (Valentine Day -Special)

(For the Pancake batter)

Flour: 1 Cup
Milk: 1 Cup
One beaten Egg
Baking Powder : 1/2 tsp
(For the Pizza filling)
Grated Cheese : 2 tbsp
Flour 1 tbsp
Milk 2 tbsp
Corn kernels (boiled)
Onion ( chopped, 2 tbsp)
Capsicum (chopped, 2 tbsp)
Carrot (chopped, 2 tbsp)
Black Pepeer Powder
Chilly Flakes
Grated Cheese and Tomato, Onion and Capsicum ( Cut into rings for topping)
Tomato Ketchup (2 tsp)
Salt & Sugar
Butter 2tsp

First take the flour, egg, milk and baking powder in a bowl and sift them together to have a smooth and pouring consistency. Refrigerate for 1/2 an hour.
 Now for the filling dry fry the flour in a nonstick pan and keep aside. Fry the onion , carrot and capsicum in butter for 2-3 minutes.  Add the boiled corn kernels. Mix the dry fried flour with milk and grated cheese and add the mixture into the corn and stir-fried vegetable mixture. add a little salt, sugar , black pepeer and red chilly flakes. Mix thoroughly and keep aside.

Now heat a small nonstick pan . Grease with a little refined oil or butter and pour 1/3 cup pancake batter . Spread it and turn it when one side is completelt cooked.Make 4 such pancakes.

Finally place a pancake and spread some filling. Then place another pancake followed by some filling and finally end up with the 4th one.
Garnish with tomato ketchup, capsicum, onoin and tomato rings and also with some grated cheese. Cut the wedges with a sharp pizza cutter, keeping the pieces joined in place.

 [This recipe has been dapted and simplified from a similar recipe found in Nita Mehta's Vegetarian Dishes.]
Heat in a microwave or in a pre heated  OTG for a few seconds till the cheese melts and serve hot.
If you can cut the capsicum and red tomatoes in the shape of a HEART then I am sure that your VALENTINE would be suitably impressed!!!

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SGD said...

Besh interesting to pancake base ta!
It's quite similar to the 'Goala Ruti' I make with maida-suji.
Will try this out this sunday.. :)

indira mukerjee (ইন্দিরা মুখার্জি) said...

thanks lot! please try this... i found a similar recipe in Neeta Mehta's cook book...

SGD said...

last week try korechhilam...with a slight modification. alada kore filling banai ni..., added all the veggies in the pancake batter itself. Then arranged fried chicken/paneer& diced onion as toppings along with grated mozarella and grilled for 10 mins! loved it...

SGD said...

Inspired by your recipe, made something similar.
Check out this link -