Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Stuffed Mango Pancakes

Mangoes--ummm my fav fruit ever...:-)
Although i prefer to have mangoes as they r, rather using it in any other thing, i could not stop myself from making these yummy stuffed mango pancakes after seeing them n one site...Sorry to say i forgot that site's name, but after seeing only i could not stop myself from drooling over those tasty bites...finally i made mind to make those yummy crepes...u can have it as desert or even use it for breakfast....choice is urs...i like it as a dessert--a real delicious one...:-)
Ingredients

Batter:-
1 cup All Purpose flour/maida
1/2 cup powdered  sugar
1/4 cup melted butter
2 eggs( u can choose to use only yolks if u want)
1 cup Milk
1 cup mango puree
oil

Stuffing:-
2 mangoes
2 cup thickened cream
1/2 cup powdered sugar

Sauce:-
1 mango
2tbsp thick coconut milk
2tbsp Milk
2 tbsp powder sugar

Method

Whisk eggs, butter and sugar till sugar dissolves.
Mix mango puree and milk to it.
Add flour to it lil by lil andmix properly.
Cover the mixing bowl with a cling film.
Let the batter rest inside fridge for 30mins.
Heat the pan in medium high heat, when the pan is heated reduce heat to low.
Spread 1 tsp oil in the pan.
Pour a ladleful of batter in to the pan and let it spread by its own..
When the top surface of the pancake starts to firm up, remove from heat.
Do not fry otherside of the pancake(i did this mistake..:-(..)
Place the pancake on a sheet of  baking paper on a flat surface to cool.
Repeat these above process for making more pancakes..

Whip cream on high speed incorporating sugar bit by bit until stiff peaks form.
Sliced mangoes in to medium sized chunks.

Place the pancake on a fresh baking paper, fried side facing up.
Wipe excess oil(by this time the pancake must b cool to the touch)
Put 1 tbsp of cream in the center of the pancake, followed by a mango slice and top off with another tbsp of cream.

Fold the pancake to create a rectangular/square puff, starting with the length first then the width.
Turn pancake upside down and wrap in a sheet of baking paper.
Chill it in fridge for at least 3 hours to allow the cream to set before serving.

For making the sauce, just mix all the ingredients listed in a food processor or a blender.

Serve the pancakes topped with the mango sauce....enjoy..:-)

17 comments:

  1. wow thats very beautiful recipe Mugdha....I mean Mango pancake...nice idea!!
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  2. Wow, Mugdha. This was something absolutely new for me. I hadn't come across such an item before. And going by the preparation steps (seeming to be quite easy) and the pics, it must be tasting really delicious. Thanks Mugdha for sharing.
    Keep trying out new recipes and keep sharing :))
    Best Wishes

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  3. Mango pancake looks colourful and yumm.

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  4. Omg, so tempting, quite a different filling and delicious pancakes,seriously am drooling here..

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  5. Very unique recipe again from you ...Looks yummy and will try soon

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  6. wow mango stuffed pancake is really interesting recipe,luks delicious...

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  7. interesting.. love your idea..

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  8. Very delicious and tempting pancakes...

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  9. innovative pancakes looks wonderful

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  10. wow...This one looks so nice...Very innovative

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  11. This sounds like a nice interesting idea

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  12. Wonderfully flavourful dish:) Superb..
    Reva

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