Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Carrot & Raisin Pikelets with Chocolate cream cheese sauce - Breakfast Combo from Australia

We are starting a month-long mega marathon from today. Oh yeah, another marathon, September and April are our mega marathon months or to put it in proper sense,Mega Marathon's are season's where we try to push ourselves and test our limits. This time, we are going to serve you a Virtual Buffet on Table, yes, there is going to be 5 different themes for this month.
This time, i got a bit scared and thought of dropping out. I felt it will be too tough to manage the house and this marathon. But, then my blogger buddies, came to my rescue, they pepped me up so much and thanks to our princy +Vaishali Sabnani, she gave me loads of pep talk and even suggested some dishes for the theme. A big bear hug to all of you guys!!! BM Team rocks, hope this bonding grows strong.
Ok, now coming to this week's theme : Combo meal across countries. As, i already said, we try to push our limits, i wanted to have a separate theme for myself. I have tried to present breakfast dishes for all the themes, that too in alphabetical order.
In this genre, today i present you Australian pikelets. Pikelets are small pancakes from australia/newzealand, served for breakfast/afternoon tea along with whipped cream/jam or plain butter. But then, none of my people at home will eat with plain butter, so i went for a fancy and everybody's favorite chocolate based cream cheese dip. It was a super hit and kiddo's licked the bowl clean!!!

Inspired from Running to the kitchen
Ingredients
1 cup All-purpose flour
1&1/4 t sp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1 cup milk
1/2 cup shredded carrots
2 tbsp raisins
a generous pinch of cinnamon
Butter for drizzling the pancakes

Method
  • Take shredded carrots in a bowl, add flour, baking powder, sugar, salt and raisins to it. Whisk well to a get a homogeneous mixture.
  • Now slowly add milk to this mixture and make a pour-able batter. Do not add more milk, this amount is enough to get a thick pour-able pancake batter.
  • Heat a non-stick pan, i used my Oothappam pan, as i felt it is convenient to make equal sized pancakes with it.
  • Add a dot of butter into pan, followed by half a ladle of batter into each mould.
  • Let it cook in a simmer flame for a minute or two, flip carefully to the other side and let it cook for another minute. Be patient, or else you will end up with uncooked center.
  • Once cooked remove it to another plate. Stack 2 or 3 pancakes on a plate, drizzle the Chocolate cream cheese sauce on top, garnish with banana slices and serve immediately.
Sending this to Come,join us for breakfast, happening @ +srivalli jetti space.
Day 1



17 comments:

  1. Oh my God Priya ! You surely rock , you have challenged yourself beautifully , wow kudos girl !
    Aw we couldn't have missed you , a big hug back.
    Coming to the super amazing combo , i am loving it , very interesting !

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  2. Wow I can imagine the flavored just by the look of it.Absolutely stunning dish.Awesome choice.

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  3. So excited to see you are in.... Yaay... And a great start to the marathon... Looks super yummy

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  4. Glad you could join and you did it with bang! I are really amazing, you have sub theme? Looking forward to your posts. Pikelets look delicious and nice pictures.

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  5. Wow giving yourself extra themes within the themes...kudos to you. That last pic has me drooling

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  6. Priya that will be so so interesting..even I wanted to do in alphabetical order, but surely not in BF theme, then dropped it..can't wait to see the dishes you have lined up!..so good that you could join us, I know I can depend on princy..:)

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  7. Thanks Princy !!!! and Priya Kuddos to you. This is an awesome delicious and yummy pancake waiting just for me.

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  8. glad you joined us Priya other wise we could have missed all your delicious recipes and beautiful pictures. Super delicious looking combo.....

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  9. You created a sub theme!! Wow!! And these pancakes with that delicious sauce is a winner.Yum..

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  10. That is a stunning plate of pancakes and chocolate sauce.

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  11. Very happy that you joined us Priya. Even I thought of dropping this BM and again it is Vaishali who spoke to me and gave the strength to join. We are one great happy family!!! And the pancake looks so inviting with the sauce drizzled.

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  12. I sure your kiddos must have enjoyed these because they are super delicious.

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  13. You have sub theme !! Wow!! That's great!!! Looking forward to your recipe.. The pancake looks absolutely delicious and nicely presented too..

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  14. superb.. this is pretty new to me.. yummy

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  15. Droolworthy pikelets, trust me pikelets were in my list while am planning for my list, dunno why i dropped it.

    Love that chocolate sauce, cant resist here..

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  16. Glad you joined Priya. I too thought of breakfast theme and though not doing it for the entire month, I am doing as many as I can.
    And that's a lovely start to the marathon.

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  17. What yummy looking pikelets -- will have to try for my kids.

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Thanks a Lot for taking your time out and Visiting my Kitchen!!!!! Your Valuable Comments keep me going!!! Feel free to ask your doubts , i will definitely try reply you back. Good Day!!!

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