[Cooking] Dill Pancakes + filling


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Grunt

Yey hobby forum - thanks Neobond!

To start, I present you with recipes I poison myself with - and sometimes other people.

Enjoy!

Dill Pancakes

Ingredients:

1 cup (200g) oat flour (or normal flour)

1 whole egg

1/2 (100ml) cup water

1 tablespoon olive oil

salt and pepper to taste

~1-2 tablespoons dill to taste

Prep:

Put flour, egg and water in bowl and whisk into pancake batter consitency.

Add Dill and drop of oil and whisk further.

Pour thinly onto preheated, greased frying pan (I used a 6" base frying pan)

Flip pancake (no tricks now)

Repeat for rest of batter.

I got 3 pancakes out of this... I could have pushed it to 4 cause my first two were quite thick.

On the side, prepare what you want for filling.

I decided on:

Fresh prawns (big handful),

Sliced spring onions (2)

Diced pepper (1/2 bell pepper)

Next time I might try something with tuna mayo or other fishy product.

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ArKeYa

Oh quick food. Nice when you have some surprised visit from hungry friends.

Those are fresh dill right?

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Grunt

I'm poor. Schwarts herbs and spices FTW

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LOC

I still can't get over the fact you guys use tablespoons and teaspoons lol

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systemX

How about a picture of the pancakes as well so I know how its supposed to look like based on your recipe -_-

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Grunt

I didn't actually use teaspoons and tablespoons. i guestimate.

and I dont have pics because i ate them...and it was about a month ago.

I *could* take a picture of what they might look like now...

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systemX

I've never really seen pancakes filled with prawns and stuff like you mentioned, but I am guessing it will definitely be a good taste in the mouth eh? :D

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Berserk87

DILL pancakes?! what...

Grunt
From: Scotland

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Grunt

Savoury rather than sweet.

Bite me! :p

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