I am using pancake day or Shrove Tuesday as an excuse to make my double coconut pancakes with cardamom for supper. I plan to make enough batter to just ‘have to have’ some more pancakes for breakfast the next day. And guess what, I plan to use the same excuse for valentine’s day breakfast :D. These are fluffy and delicately fragrant with a hint of chewiness from the desiccated coconut. Top them with desiccated coconut, lime zest and some honey for the perfect meal.
Last week I posted about how to make pancakes. Well this recipe is based on that post but with a few modifications. It is easy to tailor this to your specific taste and feel free to add in more desiccated coconut if you want a more chewy texture. I prefer to add sweetness to pancakes via the toppings but you can add sugar or honey to the batter.
So try these coconut pancakes and please let me know what your favorite toppings are.
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Double coconut pancakes with cardamom
- In a large bowl add flour, baking powder, bicarbonate, cardamom, salt and honey (if using) and mix thoroughly
- Heat a non stick frying pan over medium heat
- Cook the pancake for a couple of minute and when the top starts bubbling then turn over and cook the other side until it is golden.
- Top with desiccated coconut and lime zest and serve with honey or any other toppings that you prefer.