Simple and savoury pancakes to relish. Save this for St.Patricks Day.
Hi there, everyone. If your little ones adore potatoes, then you are in for a treat. Today, I am sharing a delicious and quick pancake recipe for those little tummies who need something yummy all the time. My little one’s preferences keep on changing but she loves potatoes. So these potato pancakes are absolutely perfect for her and for the rest of us. I just serve these with her favorite dipping sauce and a meal is covered.
I got the inspiration for these Potato Pancakes from Irish Boxty Pancakes. These are so easy to make and are quite a meal. They are filling and comforting. For me, it is comfort food and a good way to use up those leftover mashed potatoes. I like to have these pancakes with white gravy, absolutely YUM.
Traditionally, all-purpose flour is used in Boxty Pancakes. But I have used bread crumbs instead of flour. And to give it a more aromatic flair and taste, I have added rosemary and garlic to these pancakes. This gives them a real comfort food feel to it. These pancakes are a mixture of both hash browns and mashed. For potato lovers, it’s best of both worlds.
These savory Potato Pancakes are great for children 10 months and above, who have started chewing food. Since they are soft. And as usual, they are great for the rest of the family too. Serve them as breakfast with a sunny side up, or as an accompaniment to a lunch or dinner. How about making these tomorrow for breakfast?
Let’s go through the recipe.
Simple and savoury pancakes to relish.
- 3 Potatoes (2 boiled and mashed + 1 raw (grated)
- 1 Garlic clove
- 1 cup Buttermilk (approximately)
- 1 cup Breadcrumbs
- 1/2 tsp Rosemary fresh or dried
- 1/2 tsp Baking soda
- Butter for frying
- Salt and Pepper to taste
How To Make It:
Start by mixing bread crumbs, salt, and pepper in a bowl. Keep it aside.
In another mixing bowl add, grated raw potatoes, mashed potatoes, bread crumbs mixtures, buttermilk, and rosemary.
Mix this into a smooth batter. The batter should not be too runny. So use buttermilk accordingly. Now add grated garlic.
Mix everything well, till it’s well incorporated.
In a heated nonstick pan add a little butter. Ladle the batter into the pan. Press it a bit on the top to give it a circular shape.
Cook till one side gets golden brown, then flip. Cook thoroughly on the other side as well.
Once done, serve
Talk to your baby’s Pediatrician before starting any new food.
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