Coconut and Cardamom Pancakes from The Part-Time Vegetarian

I hate pancakes. Sure, I’ll eat them, but I’ve never been a fan. The main reason is because I just suck at making them. The heat is never on the right setting, and they always turn out strange looking. Plus I can’t make more than one on the same pan without them turning out half really dark and half barely cooked (see second picture).

But for pancakes, these were very good. They have all the regular ingredients like flour, baking powder, sugar, eggs, with a couple of special additions: coconut milk (not canned) and cardamom. I found this recipe in The Part-Time Vegetarian.


These were the last two pancakes I made, when I was just using up the rest of the batter by pouring it into the pan to make one big one at a time. Cooked by themselves, my pancakes look pretty nice.


And these were all the attempts before them. The recipe called for making small pancakes, but my stove just doesn’t like doing multiples. As you can see, most of them are half and half almost burnt and barely cooked.

But they were tasty, I definitely want to try this recipe again.

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