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This is a tropical fruit sauce ideal for pancakes and a nice alternative to sugar and lemon.
A richly flavoured sauce complements seafood wrapped in chive pancakes in this healthy version of a classic dish. Serve with broccoli florets or another green vegetable.
A colourful vegetable curry makes a perfect filling for a stack of delicately spiced pancakes and provides your five-a-day in one meal.
These fluffy pancakes, speckled with herbs, have a delicious monkfish and shellfish filling. Try serving with Sauté of Spring Vegetables with Herbs (on this website).
Little rice and sesame pancakes make an unusual topping for a crunchy salad of walnuts, marinated red cabbage and Chinese salad leaves – all brought together with a refreshing orange dressing. Delicious!
After tweaking a crepe recipe I came up with this incredibly delicious version -- chocolate crepe batter, with bananas and chocolate sauce! A very big hit with my friends! Top with icing sugar or whipped cream.
Pajeon is a traditional Korean pancake which is served as a starter. It is a savoury pancake which one eats with a soy sauce and rice vinegar dipping sauce.
This savoury crepe recipe is the perfect dish to prepare for a special lunch, Mother's Day brunch or light dinner for two. The crepes can even be made the night before; simply store them in the fridge overnight in between sheets of greaseproof paper.
Asparagus and prosciutto combine for a heavenly crepe main! I cheat with Sainsbury's fresh three cheese sauce, but you could make your own cheese sauce or even white sauce. this is a good recipe if you have any leftover asparagus.
My Hungarian grandmother has made this for us ever since we were kids...certainly not health food but maybe one of the tastiest things you'll ever eat! Make it for breakfast or dessert.
This recipe is from an old family recipe book. I'm sharing it to ensure that it lives on and on. And also, so that others can enjoy it. The original recipe called for fresh sweetcorn, but good fresh sweetcorn is not always readily available, so I modified it to use tinned sweetcorn.
These Korean-style pancakes are served spicy, not sweet. They're great for getting rid of overly-fermented kimchi!
Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday falls on 16 February this year. Traditionally pancakes are eaten with lemon and sugar but many other sweet and savoury fillings can be used. If you are looking for inspiration then why not try The California Prune Board recipe for Pancakes with Prune filling.
These are the ideal scones. There's no need to roll out the dough, you simply drop the batter onto a tray before baking. They are light and tasty - ideal when served with tea.
These are delicious! You just make the pancakes, layer with chocolate pieces and then sandwich them together. The chocolate melts and creates a delicious sauce. You can use a biscuit cutter to create shapes suitable for any occasion - I made them for Valentine's day with a heart biscuit cutter.
Mum's easy recipe for Scotch Pancakes
This will become your staple crepe recipe. Sprinkle these warm crepes with sugar and lemon, or try with chocolate and banana. The possibilities are endless!
These are thin crepe-like pancakes that are filled with a combination of apple sauce and raisins, then baked in a custard-like sauce. The result is something unique and delicious, but quite easy and cheap to make.
This is a fabulously easy pancake recipe with just a handful of ingredients. The cream style sweetcorn adds a lovely flavour. You can add chopped fresh herbs to the pancake batter, if desired.
This pancake is super easy to bake and tastes wonderful. You can flavour the batter with cinnamon or vanilla. The best way to bake the pancakes is in a deep cast-iron pan. Classically served with icing sugar, but I often serve it with nuts or butter on top and drizzled with lemon juice.