Recipe Crispy Pancakes

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Ingredients
for the filling:

1 tblsp butter
1 medium onion (diced)
1 tblsp mild curry spices
1 clove of garlic (chopped)
1 knob of ginger (chopped)
1 tblsp tomato purée
1 handful shredded leftover chicken
1 tsp coriander (chopped)
for the pancakes:
1 cup self raising flour
1 cup milk
1 egg
for the egg wash:
1 egg
300 ml milk
breadcrumbs
cornflakes
flour (for dipping)
melted butter (for brushing)

Method
  • Melt the butter and add the onion, garlic and ginger. Cook until soft. Add the curry spices and the tomato puréé.
  • Cook on a low heat for a further 5 minutes then add the chicken and coriander. Set aside to cool.
  • Meanwhile, make your pancakes. Mix all ingredients until combined. Pre-heat a large, non-stick frying pan. Cook large spoonfuls until edges start to go dry and bubbles burst on the surface. Turn and cook other side until golden.
  • To Assemble: The pancakes are held together using an egg wash, which is made by beating an egg in a half pint of milk.
  • This is brushed onto and around the circumference of the pancake. Then a spoon of filling is placed in the middle of the pancake. It's then folded over and the egg-washed edges pressed together to firm the seal.
  • They are placed in a fridge for an hour and then dipped in flour then egg and then breadcrumbs mixed with cornflakes. Then brush with melted butter.
To Heat:
Place in heated oven for 20 minutes until heated through.


http://www.rte.ie/lifestyle/food/recipes/2013/0131/747759-paul-s-crispy-pancakes/

Correction made following mocking comment made. Commonsense would tell you cannot add something that isn't there!
 
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This recipe has no ham and a curious zero amount of leftover chicken. I think it has to be disqualified from the Cooking Challenge! :laugh:
 

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Meat used in the filling was changed in 2011 to chicken only, following a deal with lidl(Ireland). Other leftover meats, duck, turkey and ham can be used and were included in the origional. For which I'd have to spend £70+ on a second hand book.
 

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:oops:Sorry, I didn't mean to mock (honestly) but I did think zero chicken was rather amusing and no ham was stretching it a bit for the cooking challenge...! Anyway, why would you need to spend £70 on a second hand book?
 

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I already own it, and do use it. It amazing how many times people will ask what a caterpillar is, as it it's identity and I an a curious bugger and anything in the way of wildlife I don't know had to be identified.
I know you own it. I was meaning that if I owned a book worth that much I'd probably sell it! :D
 

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I know you own it. I was meaning that if I owned a book worth that much I'd probably sell it! :D
If I see any of the others selling, it is a thought but it's a specialist area/field and I suspect interest might not be that great. I too had had similar thoughts about Australia, but we do still plan to return...
 

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It looks good It i something like a samosa. I like to experiment with different foods I like Indian foods here is someting deliciosu about hte blend of spices, and most of it is quite nutritious as well. This is one of the things that makes it special. I will look forward to having something like this it in the future. Thanks for posting.
 
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