Apple Pancake is one among the most delicious breakfast recipes, but here I used powdered jaggery instead of Sugar. And so this could come under the Diabetic-Friendly recipe.
A very simple, easy, healthy, and a less time consumption breakfast. Not only for breakfast, this can also be served as tea-time snacks along with a cup of milk or coffee or tea. Let us move on to the recipe…
- Apple – 1 no (big one)
- Wheat flour – 1 ½ cups
- Powdered jaggery – 1 ¼ cups
- Egg – 1 nos
- Milk – 1 ¼ cups
- Baking soda – ½ tsp
- Salt – a pinch
- Butter – 4 tbsp
- In a bowl, break the egg, add in the milk and powdered jaggery. Stir it well until the sugar dissolves or it becomes fluffy.
- Add in the wheat flour, baking soda, a tsp of butter and a pinch of salt. Continue stirring all these together (be sure no lumps are formed).
- Peel and grate the apple, add in the grated apples and mix all these together. Rest it for 5 mins.
- Heat a tsp of butter in pan, spoon the batter and spread it lightly on the pan.
- Drizzle a tsp of butter along the sides of the pancake.
- Swap the side and cook until it starts turning golden brown.
- Remove from fire.
Serve hot with Jaggery syrup or chocolate syrup and a cup of milk. I have served it with chocolate syrup for my kids.
Got a chance to meet a food truck near my home – SINFULBELLY. I got to identify this through Mr. Falguni, one among our foodie friend.
This was a new food startup for this people, almost a week back they started their food truck and up to now it’s one and only in Kaggadasapura, C.V.Raman Nagar, and Bangalore.
Review – Sinful Belly
Review – Sinful Belly
Sinful Belly Truck
The truck was near 5th cross Kaggadaspura, serving few items (vegetarian) but delightful and delicious foods like Burgers, Pasta, Cigars, French Fries and Deep Fried Oreo Biscuit (dessert).
Deep Fried Oreo Biscuit with Ice cream and Chocolate Sauce
We tasted some of the food like, Burger – Burger was excellent, it had a bit crunchy texture due to the Dried peas in it, Pasta – Pasta was good, Cajun Potato – Cajun Potato was very good with the taste of spices and mayo, Deep Fried Oreo Biscuit with Chocolate Sauce and Ice cream – This was unbeatable, I and my kids loved it to the core and here the Oreo biscuits were deep fried and served with Ice cream and Chocolate sauce. The very first time I tried out such a delicious and yummy dessert.
The truck is available around 5:30 p.m till night.
The price was reasonable and the guys was friendly. I would say, “WORTH GOING AGAIN”. Wish them to spread their trucks all over the Bangalore. A Must Eat place in Kaggadaspura and thanks to Mr.Falguni for exploring this place.
Nei Inippu is one of the traditional and authentic dish prepared for Christmas in my Home Town (Tuticorin). I like this dish to the core, my neighbors prepare and share this with us for Christmas.
This is made up of rava, ghee/clarified butter and sugar with a pinch of shajeera and few cardamom pods. It takes time to get set after preparation almost 6 to 7 hrs. But my kids gave only an hour to get set and then started having it. Let us move on to the recipe…
- Rava / Semolina – 1 cup
- Sugar – 2 cups
- Grated coconut – 1 cup
- Cardamom pods – 2 nos
- Shajeera (cake seeds) – ¼ tsp
- Ghee/Clarified butter – 2 tbsp
- Salt – a pinch
Rava/Semolina getting roasted in ghee/clarified butter
Grated coconut getting roasted in ghee/clarified butter
Grated coconut, crushed cardamom pods and shajeera in sugar syrup
With ghee/clarified butter
- Heat a tsp of ghee/clarified butter in a non-stick pan, add in the rava and roast until it starts turning golden brown. Transfer it to a plate and keep it aside.
- Heat a tsp of ghee/clarified butter in a non-stick pan, add in the grated coconut and roast until it starts turning golden brown. Transfer it to a plate and keep it aside.
- Crush the cardamom pods and keep it aside.
- Take the 2 cups of sugar with 4 cups of water in a non-stick kadai, and keep in medium flame, keep on stirring every once in a while until it comes to thick consistency takes about 10 mins.
- Now add in the roasted coconut along with the crushed cardamom, pinch of salt and ¼ tsp of shajeera. Keep on stirring once in a while until the coconut gets well blend with the sugar syrup or for 5 mins.
- Grease a plate with a tsp of ghee and keep it aside/
- Reduce the flame to low, and add in the roasted rava/semolina little by little and keep on stirring (be sure no lumps are formed).
- Keep on stirring continuously for almost 15 mins or until the rava/semolina gets cooked.
- Add in a tbsp of ghee/clarified butter and continue stirring until it leaves the sides and becomes thick.
- Transfer the rava/semolina to the greased plate and spread it with a spoon.
- Slice into pieces with a knife and let it set, it takes almost 6 to 7 hrs.
- Take off the pieces gently and store it in an air-tight container.