Asian Palm Fruit Pancake with Caramelised Apple and Banana

While experimenting with some new ingredients like ‘Tal’ (Asian Palm Fruit Pulp), this pancake turned out very nice. The sweet flavour of ‘tal’ when mixed with oats and milk gave a very nice flavour too. I served it with caramelised apple and banana; you can always serve it with honey or maple syrup or cranberry reduction too. Here goes the recipe of Asian Palm Fruit Pancake with Caramelized Apple and Banana….

  • Servings: 4-piece
  • Time: 25 mins
  • Difficulty: easy
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Summary

  • Cuisine: global vegetarian
  • Course: breakfast
  • Preparation Time: 10 mins
  • Cooking Time: 15 mins

Ingredients

For pancake:
4 Tbsps All Purpose Flour
4 Tbsps Quick Cooking Oats
3 – 4 tsps Palm Fruit Pulp
¼ tsp Baking Powder
¼ cup Milk – or as required
2 tsps Oil
2 tsps Butter
For Caramelized Apple and Banana:
1 Apple
1 Fully Ripe Banana
1 Tbsp Brown Sugar
½ tsp Butter

Steps

  1. Mix all ingredients mentioned under for making batter except oil and butter. Rest for 5-10 minutes.
  2. Ladle batter into hot skillet, using ¼ cup batter for each pancake. Cook until bubbles form on tops, then turn to brown other sides. Apply a little butter and oil on each side. When the pancake starts to turn brown on the sides, it is done.
  3. Slice apple and banana. Melt butter in a pan, sprinkle brown sugar. Let it caramelize. Add a little water (about 2-3 tsp) and then add the apple slices. Coat well. Add the banana slices and coat them with the caramel as well.
  4. Serve pancakes with caramelized apple and banana slices with the caramel sauce.

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