Salted Pancakes tower
Hope you guys are all good today. I, for the one, feel pretty good this morning.
Yesterday on Instagram I made your mouths watering posting a photo of my latest recipe, the salted pancakes tower. I'm pretty proud of myself because the recipe is so simple, healthy, and just delicious!
It can be either good for lunch, provided you have enough time ahead, or for dinner. Actually, you can also have it for brunch supported with a nice iced coffee.
Ingredients for 3 persons: 3 eggs 1,5 cup (180 gr) of whole flour 1/2 cup (60gr) of oat flour 1 cup of water 3 tbsp of nature yogurt 3 big leaves of basil 1 handful of parsley 1 or 2 tsp of green pesto 2 tsp of salt 1 tsp of pepper 3 tsp of paprika 1 avocado 1 garlic glove 1 onion Philadelphia cheese (nature or salmon) Cheese (mozzarella or gruillère)
First, wash and cut all the needed ingredients (basil & parsley).
Then, separate the 2 egg yolks from the whites. Pour the egg yolks in a blender (don't sweat it it's also all good with a whip if you don't have a blender) with the flour, the water, yogurt, the seasonings, the pesto, the parsley, and the basil. Blend until homogeneous and liquid mixture.
After that, save the blended dough aside in a bowl and use the blender once again to mix the white of the eggs (I recommend you to blend the whites for a fluffy texture but it's not a necessity at all). Mix until foamy before slowly adding the result in the dough.
Save the pancake dough in the fridge for at least half an hour.
In the meantime, make your guacamole ready by mashing the avocado and adding some salt, pepper, paprika, and one garlic glove. You can also prep your onion by cutting it into thin slices and baking it in a pan at a low temperature.
Once the dough is ready, start to bake your pancakes. I like mine small and fluffy, but you can make them bigger.
When all the dough is gone and bake, you can start the tower (yeahh).
Display the first layer (one pancake) on a plate, spread the philadelphia cheese of your choice on the pancake, then add another pancake covered with guacamole, and repeat this until 4 layers.
On the top, add some cheese and some baked and tender onions.
Final step, put the pancake tower in the oven (360 F or 180°) until the cheese is perfectly melted (appr 10 min).
Alternative: You can also add some onion and cheese in the layer. For those of you who are meat lovers feel free to add some parma ham.
Enjoy! Bise, Math.