Millet Meal Pancake Bread

 

Makes 6 pancakes

Ingredients:

  •  1/2 cup of millet meal**
  • 1/2 cup buckwheat flour**
  • 1 Tbsp linseeds
  • 1 tsp psyllium husks
  • 1 Tbsp GF baking powder
  • pinch of iodized salt
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup rice or soy milk
  • 30g melted Nuttelex
**NB: Millet meal and buckwheat could have ‘May Contain’ statements for gluten on the packet. The millet meal I used in this recipe did. Recipe suitability is therefore dependent on your requirements and the products you can purchase.

The millet meal is a finer texture than cornmeal, but still gives a grainy texture to the end product. You could replace this with quinoa flour or double the buckwheat flour, if you prefer.

Method:

  • Melt the Nuttelex in the microwave and cook slightly
  • Whisk the egg in a bowl and add to this all the other liquid ingredients. Stir together
  • Combine and stir together all the dry ingredients (no need to sift) in a bowl.
  • Add the liquid ingredients and stir until there are no lumps in the mixture.

Cooking:

  • Heat a non-stick frypan, then add a dollop of the Nuttelex to grease the pan.
  • Spread a 1/2 cup of the batter into the pan and cook for 2-3 minutes
  • When bubbles appear, flip it over to cook the other side.
  • Repeat this with the remaining batter until all pancakes are cooked.

Serving Suggestions:

These can be used in various ways:
  • Sweet pancakes with maple syrup and pears (or banana if you tolerate this moderate amine fruit).

  • As a bread: As shown in the picture— use each pancake as a slice of bread and place a filling between— chicken or egg with lettuce and home-made mayonnaise

  • As a wrap: Make 4 bigger pancakes to use as wraps. However….this was more difficult to flip when cooking and this recipe is more likely to crack when rolled.

 

 
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