Pancake is a classic American cuisine that has been everyone’s favorite. The mix of flour, milk, and egg makes it the best carbohydrate-protein mix. When speaking about a healthy breakfast recipe, we cannot forget pancakes. Of late pancakes have become a part of the Indian kitchens as well. But what ensures its position in the healthy breakfast recipe series is the Indian twist to the yummy savory pancake recipe. Lets us indulge in some healthy culinary luxury.
Yummy savory pancake recipe:
Like all our recipes in the series, this yummy savory pancake recipe is also tailor-made for the busy Indian mothers who want to feed healthy breakfast to their kids. The presence of spinach, moong dal, rice, wheat, bajra, besan, ragi, and jowar makes it a powerhouse of nutrients. This dish, like all other dishes in our healthy breakfast series, is suitable for kids and sults alike.
Multigrain Vegetable Pancake
- 1 cup Gehu atta Wheat
- 1 cup Rice flour
- ½ cup Jowar atta
- ½ cup Bajra atta
- ½ cup Besan atta
- ½ cup Ragi atta
- ½ cup Moong dal soaked
- 25-30 chopped leaves of Spinach Palak
- 1 grated carrot
- 1 chopped onion
- 2 tbsp Ginger garlic paste
- 1 tbsp dhania powder
- 1 tbsp jeera powder
- ½ tbsp Haldi powder Turmeric
- Salt as per taste
- 1 tbsp Red chilli powder
- Dry mix all the above grains (atta)
- Slowly add water and mix to maintain consistency like Dosa batter
- Now add palak leaves, carrot, ginger garlic paste and moong dal and mix again. Adjust salt as per taste
- Preheat the pan, put some oil and spread the mixture for small pancakes. Garnish with chopped onions and Enjoy this healthy breakfast food !
- We can modify this pancake as per taste. You can add different grains/flour, and vegetables.
- You can also saute the vegetables for a different taste.
- In addition, chaat masala and amchur can also be added for an enhanced taste, if you like it.
- Another addition for a different flavor is conriander leaves/curry leaves. Indian cuisines are blessed with numerous options that enable us to have different varieties of the same food.
Does this yummy savory pancake recipe remind you of the Jowar chilla recipe that we had shared as a part of the healthy breakfast recipe series? Coming to think of this, pancake, chilla, and also dosa are similar dishes, aren’t they? If you have any unique recipes are similar to these, share them in the comments below. For more recipes, check out the healthy breakfast recipe series. Let health and wellness be easily attainable for everyone and the world be a beautiful place to be!
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By Varun Sai, Co-founder – Health on Way
23 thoughts on “Yummy Savory Pancake Recipe With Multigrains And Vegetables”
Multigrains are a must for healthy digestion. Will try this easy peasy recipe especially because my kids love pancakes
This looks delicious and so healthy. I will try out the recipe and I am sure my kids will love this .
Pancakes have entered Indian kitchens and Indians have surely made it their own version and must tell you your multi grain pancake recipe will be great to taste, shall try it out soon.
I’ve used a lot of multigrain products in our daily routines and absolutely see a lot of difference in out wellness. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I had tried making pancakes but with maida. I know Maida is not healthy but this recipe looks fascinating with multigrain aataa. Thanks for sharing it.
Thbks for entire recipe and steps..I am definitely going to try this one in this week..keep sharing such healthy recipes.
I eat sooji pancakes twice a week. The recipe is quite similar to what I eat, thank you for sharing will try these.
Interesting! This is a lot like the moong daal and besan cheelas we make at home.. So more than a pancake it reminds me of a cheelas! Sounds like a good hearty recipe and worth trying!
When a well known snack is made healthy, that’s a win-win!
Oh so cool. This is again another addition to our meals now. Love knowing such healthy breakfast suggestions from you.
I also make this pancake at home and I am glad to know that you also make it. But Yes egg white also in it as I love eggs. Keep sharing such wonderful recipes dear and I will love to make them in my kitchen
This is a very healthy and tasty recipe. Like the fact that the goodness of many ingredients including wheat, ragi, Spinach, Carrots , etc are included.
This yummy pancake is very healthy also. As it has Ragi, Jowar also along with other regular flour like Besan. I am surely trying this recipe.
I make pan cake with wheat flour, besan, maida and moong daal, but never tries mixing all these together. This sounds really interesting and healthy too. Will surely try this out .
Say pancakes and every child loves it. Your recipe include such nutritious ingredients and adding veggies make them wholesome. I make them for my kids and sometimes add mixed herbs and oregano for pizza flavor.
I often make such pancakes with a mix of varieties of healthy flours. And adding such super healthy veggies makes it all the more amazing. I have to tweak my recipe ingredients using the ones that are mentioned here.
Wow, this pancake is looking very healthy. I have never tried it before. But after seeing this recipe I am surely going to try it. Thanks for sharing with us
I am not very fond of the regular sweet eggy pancakes and that’s why I love your version of savory pancakes which are so much healthier too.
Oh I didn’t know about Yummy Savory Pancake Recipe With Multigrains And Vegetables. I will gonna try it. I m glad you mentioned that. And well writing article post. Thanks for sharing
Very nice one of my favourite. I make very often and one another roti version as well . Thanks for this good share😇
This multi grain vegetable pancake looks really delicious and nutritious. And, can be a perfect start of the day. This is something different and I would love to try this.
This pancake is packed with the nutrition of multigrains and is simple and easy to make too. Will surely try it soon. It is a good option for afternoon snack for kids.
I usually make different types of pancakes in dinner or breakfast. and agree these recipes are best way to add more wholegrains and vegetables in our diet. and best part, kids also loved it without knowing the real ingredients.