Your food processor would tremendously aid in preparing food and reducing kitchen work. It can also be used for preparing mouth watering, nutritious pancakes. Here are some pancake recipes that require a food processor:
Using your food processor, blend 200g flour, two tablespoons castor sugar, two eggs, 150ml milk, a pinch of salt and one tablespoon melted butter for half a minute until smooth. Refrigerate the batter for an hour. Take a frying pan and brush it with a tablespoon of melted butter. Add three tablespoons batter and cook on medium flame for nearly a minute till the base is golden. Flip and remove when the other side is cooked as well. Spread Nutella while the pancake is still hot and repeat till twelve pancakes are ready. Next, beat 250ml whipping cream and a tablespoon icing sugar until thick. Assemble the pancake stack by topping a little whipped cream on a pancake and then placing another on top and press lightly. On top of the final pancake, place a bit cream, one cup halved berries, and two tablespoons crushed hazelnuts. Sprinkle icing sugar before serving.
Puree half cup flour, half cup quick cooking oats, ¾ cups buttermilk, a tablespoon sugar, a teaspoon baking powder, half teaspoon baking soda, half teaspoon salt, a teaspoon vanilla extract, two tablespoons oil and an egg using a food processor until smooth. Take a frying pan or a griddle and brush a little oil. Heat it over medium high flame and then pour quarter cup batter. When both sides are brown, remove and repeat the process for cooking pancakes until all the batter has been used. Serve the pancakes hot!
Use the shredding disc of best food processors for shredding two medium apples (cut in halves). Set aside the apples and put on the multipurpose blade of the food processor. Put two cups flour, two teaspoon baking powder, two eggs, quarter cup castor sugar, one cup milk, half cup water and 50g melted butter in Food Processor Bowl. Pulse till a smooth batter is formed. Add apples and pulse again for 2-3 seconds till they have just combined. Leave the batter for fifteen minutes and then heat a lightly greased pan. Pour a quarter cup of the batter and cook on low heat till both sides are golden brown. Remove and repeat for the remaining batter. Serve small stacks with berries and maple syrup!
Are you craving for these yummy, appetizing pancakes? Get hold of your food processor and try them out!