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Nutmeg Pancakes with Vegetable Filling

What you need: 

1 1/2 cup flour
2-3 tablespoons brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon soda or baking powder
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 teaspoon finely grated nutmeg
pinch of salt
2 cups of plain soy milk
2 carrots
1/2 red bell pepper
4 tablespoons canned corn seeds
3/4 teaspoon ground coriander
1-2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
1 tablespoon minced parsley
salt and pepper to taste

What you do: 

In a large bowl mix flour, sugar, soda, salt and nutmeg. Add half of the milk, and stir well. Then add the oil. Mix the rest milk step by step. Set aside.
Meanwhile grate the carrots. Dice the bell pepper.
In a skillet heat about 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil, add coriander. After a few seconds add bell pepper. Stew about 30 seconds. Put the carrots in the skillet and stew the vegetables until soft. Remove the skillet from heat, add corn, salt, parsley and pepper. Sprinkle the yeast all over and stir.
If the flour is too swelled, add more soymilk. Fry the pancakes.
Divide the filling for each pancake. Wrap the pancakes like an envelope.

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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Thanks for sharing this post. Keep updating more and more.. sohbet

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Mmm, this was really good.  The pancakes are amazing...I used whole wheat flour as Cephi suggested and used less milk (probably 1 1/2 cups) but they still turned out thin enough.  They would also be really good filled with fruit for breakfast or dessert.  I didn't have the suggested veggies (or nutritional yeast) so I made up my own filling with broccoli, mushrooms, green pepper and corn.

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Great recipe! Tasty, easy, comforting and fairly quick.

Modifications I made: I used whole wheat flour, added quite a bit more nutmeg, and a lot more milk to make them more crepe than pancake. I aslo added cauliflower to the veggies, since I had some that needed to be used. Really, any veggie mix would be great here, and you could easily try different spices combos. I also added more coriander to the veggies, and sauted the veggies with just a few spritzes of oil rather than several tablespoons.

Very tasty! Thanks!!!

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Easy and very tasty!  I halved the pancake recipe, but not the filling, thinking to save half of the filling for fresh pancakes tomorrow; but I used almost all the filling for my two pancakes (and I used a whole red bell pepper, not a half).  I didn't have any parsley, but I wanted a little green for color, so I threw in some frozen peas.  Instead of nutritional yeast, I sprinkled Lady Dragonfly's Bulk Dry Uncheese.  Next time, I will try to get my pancakes flatter.  I spread the batter out in the pan with a spoon, but they still were fairly thick.  I also used whole wheat flour for the pancakes, and for the filling I used about a third of the oil that the recipe calls for.

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Thank you for the tips Keda!  I will use those ideas next time I photograph my food.  The fact that you take those pics with an "average" camera makes me even more impressed at your skills! 

Thanks again, watch for pics from me to see how I do  ;)

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You always make everything look so attractive and professional.  May I ask what kind of camera you have?  And how do you know how to make things look so "perfect"?

thank you so much. XD
i have Olympus µ-mini '5.0 mpixel camera which is very average quality.

the 'secrets' of making good pictures are:
* learn to use macro shooting (to take close-ups) - this lets you shoot form as close as 3.1"/8cm to your subject. almost every modern digital camera has it (a flower-thing probably). read manual.
* get the right focus. usually it focuses automaticaly by pressing the shutter button half way. just repeat until it looks alright.
* make the dish look pretty. use greens or anything you find to decorate.
* the hardest part - editing on PC. if you are a pro, you proably don't need it. but increasing contrast or cropping sides never hurts. i sometimes change other things like "hiding" things i don't like, but it takes certain skills.
* the most importand - take picture of the food. i'm sure your stovetop or table looks amazing, but we're here for food, right?

i hope this helps a tiny bit. ;) i expect more good photos from you and others on here.

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Keda - Your photos are beautiful!

You always make everything look so attractive and professional.  May I ask what kind of camera you have?  And how do you know how to make things look so "perfect"?

Nice work  8)

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this sounds great...what are "corn seeds"? do you mean corn kernels?

corn seeds=corn kernels
excuse me my bad english.  :-[

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this sounds great...what are "corn seeds"? do you mean corn kernels?

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