Coconut Flour Pancakes
Origin: Babat, Lamongan – East Java
- 250 g glutinous rice flour
- 250 g freshly grated coconut (replace with 125 gr desiccated coconut mixed with 150 ml thick coconut milk as a substitute)
- 200 g sugar
- ½ tsp salt
- 150 ml coconut water/juice (replace with warm water and mixed with 1/4 tsp baking soda as a substitute)
- butter or margarine to lightly grease the pan/skilet
Coconut Flour Pancake
- Grate coconut lengthwise if you use fresh coconut. (Skip this step if you use desiccated coconut & coconut milk mixture).
- If you use desiccated coconut, add the coconut milk on it and stir to mix until the coconut becomes moisted.
- Mix the glutinous rice flour and sugar in a large bowl. Stir to mix.
- Add the grated coconut or moisted desiccated coconut, stir once again.
- Add coconut water or warm water, add little water at times and knead with the hand or wood spatula to get smooth, a rather sticky dough which can be shaped.
- Adjust the taste, if necessary, add sugar or salt to taste.
- Divide the dough into 20 equal portions. Take one portion of dough, form a ball shape (with a diameter of approximately 5 cm) by twisting the dough between the palms of your hands.
- Then press the dough ball with your fingers to make a flat round shape with a thickness of 1.5 cm. Put aside. (See the picture).
- Put a non stick pan or skillet (diameter 25 cm/10 inches) over medium heat (scale 4.5 from 9) and lightly grease with small amount of butter/margarine. (Important: The stove should not exceed the medium heat because the dough is quite sweet. By high heat the pancake will burn outside but not cooked inside!)
- Put the pancake on the skillet and let is set for 7 minutes on each side until the outer surface lightly brown. Check occasionally to prevent burning. (Make sure to give enough gap, to prevent pancakes to stick each other because during the heating process the pancake is likely expanding)
- Turn it over with the kitchen tool or wide spatula & let it cook for another 5-6 minutes until the both sides are well cooked. Serve Your Coconut Flour Pancakes hot or cold.
- Add a little water at times, do not apply all at once, otherwise the dough will be too soft. The water content from glutinous rice flour and grated coconut affects the moisture consistency and the addition of water may vary.
- If the dough is too soft already, add the glutinous rice flour as necessary. This pancake dough is indeed rather sticky and little bit soft, so do not add too much flour otherwise the pancakes will be too hard.
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