Savoury Turmeric Pancake with Fromage Blanc and Roasted Veggies

Savoury Turmeric Pancake with Fromage Blanc and Roasted Veggies

By Carissa Anne

1 x Egg
4 x Tbsp Buckwheat Flour
1/4 Cup Water
1 tsp Turmeric Paste {or finely grated fresh turmeric}
1 cup of left over roasted veggies {this can be seriously anything}
2 x tbsp. Fromage Blanc
1 tbsp Sweet chilli Sauce
Rocket
Kraut
EVOO

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Mix all of the ingredients together in a mixing bowl ensuring that there are no flour lumps left over. Once everything is mixed you should have something that resembles a pancake batter.

Place a fry-pan (I use a crepe pan) on the stove over a medium heat and splash in some EVOO or coconut oil, you’ll probably need about a teaspoon. Once the oil is hot, pour the contents of the mixing bowl (your pancake batter) in to the pan. It should spread out a bit so that size wise, it’s similar to a medium sized plate. Let it cook on one side for a few minutes and once it looks brownish on the underside (use an egg flip to lift a bit and have a little looksie, the pancake shouldn’t really have any runny bits on the top part either) – flip it and cook the other side. When your pancake is cooked transfer it to a plate.

This is where the fun can really begin. There are no rules with pancake toppings – well I like to think there aren’t. So do whatever tickles your fancy. Start with a base of Fromage Blanc and Sweet chilli sauce – then top with roasted veggies, kraut and rocket. Wrap then roll and eat! This usually ends with me getting a mixture of sweet chilli and kraut sauce all over my arm and work clothes so I’d suggest using a paper towel or something so that you don’t end up like the little grublet that I am.

About Carissa Anne.

Nutritionist {BHSc} – The JCN Clinic

Carissa is an accredited and practicing nutritionist at the JCN Clinic in Brisbane. The JCN Clinic is renowned for their focus on Digestive and Hormonal Health and an individualised, balanced approach to eating and nutrition.  Carissa is available for Nutritional Consultations in person or via Skype or phone. To find out more contact the Clinic via email  reception@jessicacox.com.au  or you book online here.

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