Kitchen Fun - Left-Over Bread Pancakes or Double Ka Meetha Pancakes
In my Obsession with Pancakes series, the next one I present are Left-Over Bread Pancakes or as I like to call them Double Ka Meetha Pancakes.
Double Ka Meetha (= Double the sweetness) is an Indian dessert that is easily made, specially when you have a lot of left-over bread. I make it rarely though, but had made it a few years ago. Little did I think that these Bread Pancakes that I made now would remind me of that dessert The taste was exactly the same.
Try it out and see for yourself. Now for the recipe.
Bread Slices - 4
Eggs - 2 medium sized
Sugar - if needed add 2 to 3 tablespoons
Milk - 1 Cup
Cardamom Powder - 1 teaspoon
Butter - for cookin
1) Break the bread slices into pieces.
2) Put them in a blender to form a fine powder.
3) In a mixing bowl, mix Eggs, Milk, Sugar and Cardamom Powder thoroughly.
4) Now add the Bread powder to the mix.
5) Heat a skillet, and smear a little butter.
6) Pour a ladle full of the Bread Pancake Batter on to the hot skillet.
7) Cook on both sides till they turn golden brown.
8) Serve warm with a dollop of whipped cream or maple syrup or powdered sugar if you want.
1) I had whole wheat bread at home so I used that. But a milk bread or cinnamon swirl bread would perhaps give it a sweeter taste without the use of sugar.
2) If the bread is naturally sweet, you don’t need the additional sweetness of maple syrup or powdered sugar or whipped cream.