I made kohlrabi-pancakes today… And despite the weird ingredient kohlrabi in them, they were kid-eatable too!
If you are finnish and wondering what-the-rabi I am talking about, I can tell you that kohlrabi is kyssäkaali in finnish. I know, didn’t it just sound much prettier and exotic in english? Hehee.
Anyway, these salty pancakes were super simple to make, and you can use carrots/potatoes/beets/something totally else instead of kohlrabi if you want.
What you will need:
1 1/2 quinoa flour (add more if needed) / or what ever flour you like to use (but quinoa works great + it is a great source of protein)
1 tsp Baking Soda
some salt and peppa
-Peel the kohlrabi and piece it into chunks.
– Then chop the chunks into finer pieces and then cook in boiling water until soft. Throw your kohlrabis into your blender… and blend!
– Add all the other ingredients to the kohlrabi-puree in a bowl. Mix!
– Add butter/ghee into the pan. Decide how big you want your pancakes to be. Fry the pancakes until crispy. Serve with toppings of your choice!
Simple cooking rocks.
PS. I should have taken pics of my pancakes but just totally forgot. Good thing there’s Pinterest!
pics: Pinterest / unknown, simplecooking.com