I woke up this morning with a huge craving for Pancakes. This was because it had been quite a while since i prepared pancake rolls . You’d have to agree with me that nothing screams “Its Saturday!!!!!!!” like a stack of pancakes with a cup of hot beverage by the side. Sometimes, I like my pancakes in form of crepes with savory fillings, other times I luv ‘em with syrups………Yum! Crepes are thin pancakes made from wheat flour. One good thing I love about crepes is, they can be filled with just about anything. I filled these crepes with the Shredded smoked fish stir fry I taught you how to make in my previous post. Hope you like :)
the eggs into a small bowl and whisk lightly; Set aside
the dry ingredients together in a bowl and add the water into the dry ingredients - mix till you get a smooth, runny batter. This is to ensure the batter is spreadable on the cooking surface of the pan. Once you get a smooth batter, gently pour in the whisked eggs and mix further
a non-stick frying pan and add a trace of butter; Spread evenly over the cooking surface.
in two cooking spoons full of the batter and swirl to spread evenly. Cook for 1 minute and flip over for a further 30 seconds.
to a flat plate and repeat the process till the batter is used up.
them up, fill with the Smoked fish stir-fry & roll up.
Smoked panla fish is ready to eat even without cooking further. Panla stew is one of the various types of bukka stews to make at home and it goes well with just about anything from Boiled rice to yam porridge or even some Nigerian soups such as egusi soup or plain okra soup
I cook with stock fish most of the time but I hardly make it the major component of my dish. Chop okra into desired sizes, use blender, grater or food processor to hasten the processBlend scotch bonnet chillies and tatashe together without onions and set aside