Rice Flour Pancakes with Beetroot Hash Filling.

Pancakes are a great breakfast option. The best thing about this recipe is it’s gluten free and you can prep the night before so all you have to do is cook the pancakes in the morning.

I got the recipe from this site and it’s pretty straightforward.

You can serve them plain with a drizzle of honey or fill them or serve with some fruits on the side. I decided to make a beetroot hash filling for them. Let’s get started.

I made the pancake batter the night before. Heat pan, add a ladle of batter and flip when bubbles appear.
They cook really fast. Keep them in a hotpot so they don’t get cold.
For the filling, chop two apples and one beetroot into bite sized pieces. Add them to a pan with a little water and steam for about 7 minutes.
Drain and cool.
Heat some butter in the pan, add a small chopped onion and mix well. Add the beetroot apple mix. You can add some dried sage here if you like, just a pinch.
Season with some salt, pepper and a pinch of ground cinnamon. Mix well and cook till apples are softened. You can turn off heat and add a drizzle of honey.
Serve as you wish. You can serve the hash on the side.
Or fill in the pancakes and roll them in.

Enjoy your pancakes for a hearty breakfast!

11 thoughts on “Rice Flour Pancakes with Beetroot Hash Filling.

  1. Mercy Y

    Thank you so much for the recipes… Delicious & healthy.. very good combination. The presentation looks great. Looking forward to many many more savoury recipes…

    Liked by 1 person

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