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Gluten Free Ayurvedic Protein Pancakes

by Narissa Moeller

These pancakes are good for anyone with a sluggish lymphatic system and water retention, those who suffer asthma, bronchitis or diabetic cases, and wonderful recipe for kids who don't want to eat proteins. 

For those who understand Ayurveda and the doshas, it is balancing for anyone with a Kapha constitution or imbalance. Spring time is when Kapha symptoms are often heightened therefore making this the perfect meal to very easily whip up. 

This recipe was passed on to me from one of my teachers at the A.I.A.S. 

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Prep time 10
Serves 4
Difficulty Easy

Method

  • Step 1. Mix flour, onion, salt, ajwain, turmeric and cumin seeds together in a bowl.

  • Step 2. Add water and mix well to make a batter, ensuring no lumps of flour remain.

  • Step 3. Heat a non stick pan with ghee or oil.

  • Step 4. Spoon 2-3 tbsp of batter onto pan and spread to make a pancake.

  • Step 5. Fry for about 1⁄2 minute. Flip over and cook on other side for 1⁄2 minute.

  • Step 6. Spoon a little more oil or ghee on the sides of the pancake to make it crisp.

  • Step 7. Flip it one more time and cook for about 10 seconds.

  • Step 8. Garnish with coriander and serve hot.

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