Rice-flour pancakes with coconut and spring onion

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Cadged this from the ever-lovely http://www.101cookbooks.com/, which was originally a chive and rice-flour pancake recipe. Rolled through the Anxiouscook Random Stuff In The Refrigerator Blender it came out as a spring-onion and rice-flour pancake. This parchment-thin tortilla strikes me as suitable for endless artistic experimentation though – am already rifling through the spice rack for inspiration. Have fun! 🙂

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Rice-flour
Salt
A little coconut milk (or coconut cream dissolved in hot water)
Finely chopped spring onion
Beaten egg

Whisk all the ingredients together, adding more water until you have a thin batter.
Heat a very small amount of oil or butter to a frying pan, and swirl it round until a thin layer of oil covers the whole of the bottom of the pan.
Add a thin, thin layer of batter to the pan (I found a ladle useful for judging this, rather than just pouring from the jug or bowl).
Fry at medium heat until light brown on the underside, then flip over and fry on the other side.
Serve hot.

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5 responses »

  1. Hi Deena, thanks for dropping by! The texture isn’t doughy – the photo was taken when the pancake was only partially cooked, and as the batter bubbles a lot whilst cooking it might have given the impression of being doughy. It comes out as a soft and quite fragile pancake – I’ve just made a batch and then wrapped them burrito-style round some left-over vegetable curry, although I had to eat it with a knife and fork as the pancake was too thin to survive being lifted and eaten burrito-style as well. Tasty though! X

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