Asian inspired egg pancake with vegetables (low FODMAP, gluten free)

Rice flour pancake with eggs, zucchini and coconut milk (FODMAP friendly)

This is an easy pancake with egg, rice flour, zucchini, capsicum coconut milk and a dash of fish sauce. It is suitable for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is also tummy-friendly.

Ingredients

(Serves 1 as a FODMAP recipe)

  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 35g rice flour
  • 35ml coconut milk (from a can)
  • 15g coriander, chopped
  • 1 tsp fish sauce
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 30g capsicum, finely diced
  • 1/2 zucchini (approx. 60g), grated
  • Cooking oil for pan frying

Method

  • Combine all ingredients (excl. the cooking oil) into a mixture
  • Heat up a round frying pan with cooking oil (medium heat);  add the egg mixture;  pan-fry until the bottom of the pancake is mostly set; turn half of the pancake over the other half; turn the heat to low & loosely cover the frying pan with a piece foil;  cook for further 10 minutes or until the pancake is cook through.
  • During the last minute of cooking, turn the heat up a little, remove the foil and let the bottom of the pancake turn golden brown.

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Rice flour pancake mixture
Rice flour pancake mixture

4 comments

  1. are the 15g of coriander what I would call cilantro leaves? Also, do you happen to know the American equivalents of grams and millilitres? to make your recipes easier for Americans…..If not, I can look it up on google………….Thanks. Everything looks delicious.

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    1. Hello Jan, yes, coriander is the also called cilantro. It looks like parsley but smells very different – I often got them mixed up at the shops. Google also tells me that 1g (gram) = 1 millilitre. Thanks for your suggestion to make recipes more friendly for the Americans, I will do this from now on. I am not too familiar with the American terms so I will research them. You probably wonder why this recipe is precise on quantity – 16gram / millilitre of cilantor is the recommended portion for a low fodmap diet by Monash University. Have a lovely day & thanks heaps for visiting my blog !

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