Thursday 9 August 2018

Soya Pulp Pancake 豆渣松饼

Adding soya pulp into the pancake is just one of my methods of salvaging this good ingredient. The pancake was soft and moist without having to add a great quantity of sugar and oil to the batter 😀

Update: 9 August 2018
I added a wedge of Laughing Cow cheese to the pancake for a creamy cheese filling 😋
Steps can be found at the end of this recipe.

Yield: 5 x 13cm round pancakes


150g soya milk, lightly sweetened
50g soya pulp*
1 egg, about 55g
10g coconut oil
10g golden syrup/honey
45g all purpose flour
2g double acting baking powder

* The soya pulp was collected from my daily soya milk brewing 😁


1. Blend all ingredients in a food processor till smooth. Let the batter stand for about 40 minutes.

2. Spray a thin coat of coconut oil over a non-stick pan and heat over low heat. When the pan is hot, pour a thin layer of batter into the pan.

When the edge of the pancake starts to brown, flip over the pancake to brown the other face.

3. Roll up the pancake into a roll. This step is optional.

4. Enjoy the pancake roll warm 😋

Update: 9 August 2018

Additional ingredients: 5 wedges of Laughing Cow cheese
Slice the cheese into halves and place at about 2/3 length of the pancake.

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