Sunday 2 September 2007

Banana Pancakes

We have not had pancakes to eat in a while now, so we enjoyed this sweet alot.

The maple syrup gave them a lovely sweet taste, but you could use honey instead as they will taste just as delicious.

2 Small Bananas (sliced very fine)
Maple Syrup
Plain Flour
2 Medium Eggs
Handful Whole Raw Almonds

Lightly cover your almond nuts with some maple syrup. Place them into a glass oven dish and put into a pre-heated oven at 160-180C(depending on how hot your oven is). Cook for maybe 10 minutes or until lightly toasted.

Keep checking them.

Whisk up your eggs then add enough flour and milk to make it into a batter. It shouldn't be too thick nor too thin - somewhere in between.

Drizzle a little oil onto a hot flat griddle/frying pan and pour some batter on.

Let it cook for a minute, you will see your pancake take shape, then use a spatula to turn over.

If your first one is a little greasy or not quite the shape you wanted do not worry they get better after the first one has cooked.

Spread your pancake with maple syrup lightly.

Add your bananas into one quarter of your pancake.

Fold your pancake in half then in half again.

Sprinkle your almonds over the top and dust with powdered sugar for garnish.

Enjoy Jeenas banana pancakes.

" Word is out already that people are making this wonderful recipe !!! "

I have put a link below from a web visitor who has put this recipe to the test and the results were excellent, they were very impressed !

Click here for Meeras wonderful blog who has made this recipe.



The Bhandari's said...

it looks really delicious, will definitly give it try to it, thx

Home Cooking said...

hi jeena, thanks for visiting my blog. u have such a wonderful blog over here. and very tempting recipe too.

Padma said...

Simply delicious! looks so sweet

Meera's Blog said...

hey thats going to be my tea time snack today:)thankssssssss

Finla said...

It looks yummy and delicious

Viji said...

That's so pretty Jeena. Viji

Anu said...

wow jeena..the pancakes look absolutely delicious :-)

Lissie said...

bananas and maple syrup!! i think the pancake would melt in the mouth!!... i am sure kids would ask for more.

amna said...

i love the flavour of maple syrup! this looks really yummy! why dont u send this to this month's JFI? Let me know if u need more details

Chef Jeena said...

Hey everybody thankyou so much for your lovely comments :) Sorry I can't reply to each of you but I am so busy today :) I will be visiting all your blogs thanks so much! :)

Rajitha said...

jeena- this looks delicious..i love the pattern your pancakes have becoz of the griddle you used.. i would probably make this (without the eggs...)

Seena said...

looks yummy Jeena,
we have some simple sweets similar to this...

Deepa Hari said...

Thats a very simple and delicious Pancake recipe Jeena.

Lakshmi said...

Look yum Jeena. You can send this to JFI-Banana event hosted by Mandira of AHAR blog. You asked me about Poha/Avalakki. I have a weblink for you here to know more about it.
It is available in all Indian stores. There are 2-3 varities in Poha. I have used thick variety to make my dishes.