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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Chocolate Pancake

                                                  
Amongst the many cuisines I had during my abroad tours, the Chocolate Pancakes made in Malaysia is still very much embedded in my mind. Both me and my husband stayed at his cousin sister's home in Kuala Lampur. In early morning both of us had to leave home early for our extensive sight seeing and as a result didn't have much time to have full course breakfast. So her sister prepared such  Chocolate Pancakes which was not only utterly delicious but also very fulfilling to sustain us till late lunch time.


Serves: 12, Preparation time: 15 minutes


Ingredients:
2 Eggs
3 tbsp Melted Chocolate
1 cup all purpose Flour
1 cup milk 
3/4 cup Curd
2 tbsp Sugar
2 tsp Baking powder
1 tsp Baking soda
Oil for frying
Pinch of alt


For Decoration:
Powdered Sugar 
Chocolate Syrup (optional)


Method:
Mix all the ingredients except oil in a large bowl. Whisk until well blended. Set aside for 5 minutes. Grease a nonstick skillet with little oil. When pan is hot, pour pancake batter. Flip once the batter is set around edges. When lightly browned on both sides. Remove pancakes using a spatula. Make pancakes in the same manner with the remaining batter.
                                                        
For decoration sprinkle with powdered sugar.
                                                                              
Serve pancake with melted chocolate syrup  or with any of your favorite toppings. 


                                                                 
This picture was taken by his cousin sister at Malacca Beach :-)


This post goes to my dear friend Jagruti's first event Joyful Eating Whilst Travelling . Her blog has obtain so much popularity. You rock buddy!!!!
                                                                           
Also sending the same post for Priya's Pancakes Event . She is such an inspiration for newbies like us. Just look at her blog and you will be amazed by the variety she offers.....
                                                  
                                                          

39 comments:

  1. Wow these chocolate pancakes look so delicious and very filling too.

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  2. The pan cakes look so good. Suitable for all the age groups.

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  3. lovely pics...i just love chocolates in any form..pancake looks tempting

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  4. Wow Deepa, such a beautiful pancakes, prefect chocoholic peoples like me...thanks for sending dear..

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  5. Wonderful chocolaty recipe,all the chocoholics should watch out for that.These pancakes are definitely a boost to kick start he day.

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  6. Yum yumm..me too tried this last week but with cocoa powder...looks delish....

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  7. Hey,
    You beat me to posting your version of this recipe! I have one drafted to be posted day after tomorrow. I used cocoa though. Yours look awesome with melted chocolate! A sweet way to start a day! Stay tuned to see my version too. :)

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  8. Hey Deepa
    those pancake looks awesome and yummmmmmmmmmmy! anyone can drool when they see this pancake pics..;-P...I am sure you had a fantastic time in Malaysia..thank you very much for your sweet words and for the entry!

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  9. wow chocolate pancakes, so yummy...

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  10. wow.. looks perfect & delicious.. thxs for visiting my site & lovely comment.. will keep following..added u in my blog list..

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  11. Great post and lovely clicks Deepa...pancakes look awesome...so tempting :)

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  12. Deepa,

    Chocolate pancake looks really good and perfect.

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  13. lovely combination...of two favorites !

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  14. Deepa As you already received the award so this time again no need to pass on to 12 bloggers .
    because u already did that right !!
    congratulations on ur well deserved award dear

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  15. yummy yummy pan cakes...looks delicious...

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  16. chocolate pancake looks delicious

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  17. Hy Deepa,
    Neat presentation! Looks lovely...!
    First time here and I'm following you dear. Do drop in at my blog sometime..

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  18. great pancakes Deepa. very neat presentation too.

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  19. This is so yummy, first time I came across curd is being used in making pancake, love to try this....

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  20. lovely choc pancakes...they look so yummy...

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  21. wow!simply yummy!perfect for choco. addicts!

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  22. Wow Pancake.... that too of chocolate...yammmmmm.

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  23. Lovely pancakes... my son's fav...

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  24. Wow yummy pancakes...so chocolic..:)

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  25. Super recipe dear.. and your travel photo looks so cute :)

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  26. they look great..a sure hit with the kids!

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  27. Hola Deepa...thanx a ton loads sweety,yeah i did receive that message and i thought i did reply ,yeah would lvoe it if u email me , but the prob i have is a little different ,u into software?

    THese Pancakes are absolutely delicious ...i love pancakes and u have gone a ahead and added chocolatey chocolate in 'em.....

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  28. The pancakes look so yummy !! Love the clicks too ...

    Smita
    @ Little Food Junction

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  29. I gave you an answer on my blog about my eggs.I would sure love it if you could reference my site ( the new one www.giddygastronome.com )Thanks!
    I woke up this morning to see your delicious pancakes and it made me so hungry!Would you have made me some if I had asked?LOL!

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  30. Hey Deepa!! thanks for asking about me on my blog..so sweet of you..everything is fine..was just occupied with some other things..so could not blog..will start posting soon again..these pancakes look so delicious..loved ur pic too..gr8 goin..

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  31. wonderful recipe. i wouold like to ask that wether we can use chocolate powder or coco powder instaead of melted chocolate?

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  32. Shaikh :
    Thanks for liking this chocolate pancake, and yes you can substitue melted chocolate with coco powder, if you find the batter too thick then you can also add 1/2 cup buttermilk. Hope you enjoy making these pancakes. Let me know if you need to ask anything else.

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  33. These pancakes look amazing and the recipe sounds pretty simple. Hope that I get the chance to bake them very soon! :)

    Check out my blog www.gulchathaii.blogspot.com
    about baking and a lot of other stuff...

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