Round One. Topped with a poached egg and pancetta.
Round two. Topped with pancetta, mascarpone cheese, and a drizzle of maple syrup!
What you'll need:
Serves 1 (two pancakes)
Sweet potato baked and peeled 100g
Egg raw 1
Cinnamon 1/2 tsp
My Saturday morning was such a treat. I woke up in my cousin's house, went for a short run along the sea front, and arrived back to make these delicious and mouth-watering pancakes with my cousin Hannah. On Friday evening we prepared the sweet potato. On a baking tray, placed 5 small sweet potatoes in the oven at 180 degrees for approximately 1 hour. When cooked through, we took them out and easily peeled the skin off - then left out over night to cool and ready for the morning. Making the pancake 'batter' is the EASIEST thing. Simply mash the sweet potato, egg and cinnamon in a bowl (add salt as option) until you get a liquid consistency. Voilá! This is it, you're ready to go! With the measurements above, this will make two pancakes, so in a hot pan (coconut oil for cooking) divide the mixture into town pancake shaped servings. Garnish as you wish. Personally I felt the sweet potato made it sweet enough. Therefore the added calories of the maple syrup isn't essential! If I was to order this in a restaurant, I would be recommending this genius dish to all :)
Hope you are all enjoying the weekend. MP x