How do I prepared pancakes in various countries around the world
Have you tried already our basic recipe for pancake batter? This would be a good recipe idea for the Sunday morning, right? If you would like to experiment but, take a look at the 24 international recipes for pancakes including.
The beloved pancakes is served and prepared in the various countries of the world in a specific way. And so worldwide variety of pancakes have arisen thanks to the different cultures.
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Recipes for pancakes from around the world
North America and Canada
American pancakes or simple pancakes are a popular and fast breakfast in the United States and Canada. The round, small and somewhat thick pancakes are often served with butter and honey or syrup in Canada, of course, with maple syrup.
The secret of the Fluffy pancakes is the dough preparation: eggs, buttermilk, sugar, flour, and the secret ingredient – baking soda. You will find the exact recipe here.
The Australian pancakes are closely related to the American and hot Pikelets. You are very popular in Australia as a snack, or are eaten at afternoon tea. To taste the Pikelets with jam and cream very tasty. Find the recipe for the batter.
Pikelets with Strawberry Jam and cream
Chinese pancakes be combined to the difference of the Pikelets with jam, but with soy sauce. Try out this recipe for Chinese pancake with spring onions.
Pancakes on Chinese-style with soy sauce
Englishmen like to eat pancakes with lemon/lemon juice and sugar – an unusual combination that you must try at least once in life. The recipe is very easy and definitely time consuming.
Thin pancakes with lemon and sugar
Same ingredients for pancakes, you can prepare oven pancakes on Finnish art. Looking forward to the recipe? This is also very easy.
Finnish pancakes are baked in the oven
French pancakes called Crêpes and are very thin. The Crêpes dough is tasteless and can be enjoyed with many different ingredients savoury or sweet. You will find here a basic Crêpes recipe.
Crêpes with banana, chocolate syrup and Mint
The so called tiganites, served with honey, cinnamon and yoghurt are typical of the Greek cuisine. More information here.
Tiganites with honey
Dutch pancakes are known under the name of Pannenkoeken. You can be both sweet and spicy. You can prepare Pannenkoeken according to the following recipe with tart apples and ham.
Sweet Pannenkoeken are sprinkled with sugar/powdered sugar and garnished with fruit such as berries
Uttapam is an Indian, Crêpe-like breakfast from Syalu and Reisteig. Carrots, red onions and coriander are often mixed with the dough mix. Visit the following page for recipe for South Indian vegetable pancakes.
A Crêpe-like breakfast from India
Uttapam – South Indian vegetable pancakes
The Icelandic pancakes are very similar to the French Crêpes, but they are called Pönnukaka.
Pancakes with Apple and curd filling
The pancakes in Japan called Okonomiyaki and hearty taste. For all fans of Japanese cuisine, we recommend the following Okonomiyaki recipe.
Okonomiyaki – Japanese pancakes
Pancakes on Japanese art
Kimchi jeon is the name of the Korean pancake which also hearty tastes like the Japanese. You can prepare kimchi jeon according to the following recipe with pork.
Malaysian pancakes with wheat flour and coconut milk are still a possibility of getting closer to the far Eastern culture.
Apam Balik – Malaysian pancakes
After we go again but this time from Asia to America, South America. Here we find the Mexican pancakes that taste very similar to the American. But you prepared with cinnamon
Pancakes with cinnamon – recipe
Venezuela and Colombia
Cachapas are called the pancakes from the South American countries of Venezuela and Colombia. These are made from corn flour and filled with cheese.
Corn pancakes with melted cheese
Perhaps you know the Austrian pancakes Kaiserschmarrn? After the Emperor Franz Joseph I named, the pancakes very much should have ate.
Blini or Blintz are called the pancake in many Eastern European countries. They are slightly thicker than the traditional French Crêpes. Blini are made mostly from wheat or buckwheat flour and yeast. They are then served with a sweet or savoury filling.
Eastern European pancakes
Nalesniki are filled pancakes from Poland with Quark. Recipe for the yummy cottage cheese pancakes here.
Polish pancakes with cottage cheese and strawberries
Pancakes with jam
Oladji are Russian butter milk pancakes that are similar to American pancakes small and thick and as the name suggests, they are prepared with buttermilk. Oladji recipe here.
Russian Buttermilk Pancakes – Oladji
Serves delicious Oladji with yoghurt and jam
The Hungarian pancakes called Palacsinta or Platschinken. Also like the Polish pancake Palacsinta filled with cottage cheese and can be combined with nuts or raisins.
Hungarian pancakes with curd cheese
Here to find out how you can prepare delicious Scottish Pancakes for dessert.
Dessert with fresh berries and jam
With honey and banana
Raggmunk are Crêpe-like pancake made from potatoes or more specifically Swedish potato pancakes. According to recipe, you can easily master Raggmunk.
Raggmunk – pancake made from potatoes
Malawah are Somali pancakes, which are very popular in their home country for breakfast or dinner.
Malawah – Somali pancake
Finally we go to South Africa, to prepare Pannekoeke. Unfortunately, we found only one recipe in English, that reveals the secret of the South African dessert.
Stuffed pancakes sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon
“Dough stir frying pan heat up, FRY pancakes and enjoy.” – this is the basic principle of making pancakes. It’s definitely easy and delicious and maybe that’s why the pancakes are the lovely breakfast in the world.
Want to go more in detail and find more delicious recipes for pancakes from around the world, take a look in the pancakes-book.