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Question: Plz share recipe of banana pancake
Answer: Mix the egg with grinded banana ( add one spoon maidha optional), prepare pancakes in pan.
Question: Plz share recipe of apple pancake
Answer: Hello! For apple pancakes, take whole wheat atta, and add to it grated apple. Then add water and melted butter and make a thin consistency. Pour the batter on a greased warm tawa bad cook both the sides. Your apple pancakes is ready.
Question: How to make wheat pancake
Wheat flour - ¾ cup
Organic Jaggery powder - ¼ cup + 1 tbsp
Cocount scrapped - 1 tbsp
Small banana - 1 (mashed)
Cardamom - 1
Water - 2 cups
Salt - a pinch
Oil/ghee - for making dosas
Sterilize the bowls and spoons used for feeding your baby in a vessel with hot water for five minutes and keep it immersed in the same vessel until use.
Measure wheat flour & Jaggery. Keep it ready. Take jaggery in a sauce pan & add water till it immersed level.
Heat the jaggery until it melts completely. Strain the jaggery water using a strainer to remove impurities. Set aside.
In a vessel, add wheat flour, jaggery water, scrapped cocount and mashed banana. Add water little by little and mix wel so that no lumps are formed. The batter should be like regular dosa batter consistency neither too thick nor runny. Set aside.
Heat a dosa tawa, add a laddle of batter to it and spread it to form a circle. Don't spread too much. Sprinkle ghee or oil. Cook until brown on one side for five minutes and flip the dosa. Cook for a minute and remove from tawa. Repeat the same process for the remaining batter.
If you want the pancakes to be more crispy, add 1/4 cup of rice flour.
Banana helps to soften the pancakes.
For small babies, skip coconut. Just mash the pancakes with your hands or just dip in warm water and give.
You can add a pinch of baking powder if making for adults to get more softness.
Increase jaggery powder if u want more sweetness.
Don’t spread it too thin, otherwise it may stick to the tawa.
Generally wheat doesn’t cause any allergies, but check for symptoms and stop feeding your baby if you find any.
Adding salt is not recommended until 1 year of age.
Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food.