If you now look at the photo with the Matcha Pancake recipe and you are a health-conscious person, you will certainly think at first "that does not work!". Too fat, too sweet, too good! But every now and then everyone needs a little sin. And how “sinfully” you implement this Matcha recipe is still up to you.
Only a sachet of vanilla sugar is provided for the dough, no additional sugar. For that you can decide for yourself which ingredients you provide as toppings. Sugar and cinnamon, cane sugar, but also as a classic variant of maple syrup, homemade jams or jellies or even a chocolate cream are suitable for this.
Depending on the season, you can prepare fruits like the blueberries here, just as easily strawberry pieces or other fruit that you have at home. If you want to top it all off, give a scoop of the homemade cake just before serving Matcha ice cream to.
Ingredients for about four matcha pancakes:
Separate the egg white from the yolk and place in a taller container. Mix the egg yolks, sugar, salt, flour, baking powder and matcha powder with a whisk or mixer.
Pour in small amounts of milk until you have a delicious, creamy mass. Perhaps add a little less matcha powder first and try how intense the taste and color should be.
Then beat the egg white until it is firm and carefully fold into the mixture.
Put the butter in a pan and bake the matcha pancakes (size about 8 cm) until golden brown on both sides. Make sure the fat isn't too hot so the pancakes don't darken too quickly.
When they are done, they are layered on top of each other with the selected ingredients.
We also love matcha pancakes with finely chopped apple pieces. If you want to try that, just stir small apple snippets from a sweet apple into the batter.
Bon appetit and have fun cooking!
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