Nowadays I feel my works getting more and more tighten, as the kids grew up with the stuffs like their home works and their naughtiness (must to mention). When both of them are back from school, these kids have a sweet tooth and want something for their snack – mainly focused on sweets or bakes.
I thought of preparing pancake with jack fruit, but my daughter asked me why don’t you prepare pancake in appe pan (kuzhipaniyaram kadai), it would be easy for me hold and eat. This resulted in the making of Jackfruit Pancake balls – an after school or back to home snack.
It was too soft and fluffy. Give a try not only for kids but also for the people from work would enjoy having this. I felt it just like munch when they move here and there all over the house. Let me share the recipe…
It’s Friday and taking it to Fiesta Friday #124 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.
Preparation Time: 10 mins
Cooking Time: 10 mins
Serves: 5 persons
1 cup = 160 ml
- All-purpose flour – 1 cup
- Buttermilk – 1 cup
- Unsalted butter – 2 tbsp + 1 tbsp
- Jack fruit – 7 nos
- Sugar – 3 tbsp
- Baking powder – 1 tsp
- Salt – ¼ tsp
- Take the all-purpose flour, baking powder and salt in a wide mouth bowl, mix them well.
- Bring the butter to room temperature. Deseed the jack fruits and grind them along with sugar to a fine paste with little water.
- Make a well in the center of the flour, pour in buttermilk, jack fruit puree and 2 tbsp butter. Mix them all together with a spoon.
- Add in little water if the batter is too thick (it should be in pancake consistency).
- Heat the appe pan, drizzle little butter in all the holes, pour in the batter (fill the holes) and drizzle little butter, cover and cook for 2 mins.
- Swap the sides of the pancake balls and cook for another 2 min or until it turns golden brown.
- Remove from the kadai.
Serve hot with Maple syrup.
Sounds like a great treat for all of the family! Thanks!