Right now oranges are in season and I can’t get enough of them. There is something about the aroma of the freshly squeezed orange juice or thirst quenching juicy and pulpy segments of oranges that makes you feel refreshed and energized. That is the reason I can’t stop myself from using them as much as I can.

This week I’m to make something on tawa for participating in blogging marathon. For the second day I wanted to go sweet route after making Aloo tikki for the first day.

I was arranging my kitchen cabinet, when I saw a forgotten packet of Enrg-G. I wanted to see it’s expiry date. As soon as I turned the back of the packet, my eyes fell on orange pancake. I immediately decided to make them. Now the recipe called for potato starch, that I didn’t have. Since boiled potatoes are generally there in my fridge, I decided to use them. I made a paste of boiled potato with milk and made the batter with rest of the ingredients given. When I tried to make pancakes, they were too soft and fragile that I couldn’t flip them even. Then I decided to add wheat flour in them.

After the addition of wheat flour, the pancakes came out well. They were incredibly soft and fluffy… The Best-ever Pancakes!!! I poured some orange crush on them before serving.

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Soft & Fluffy Orange Pancake/ Eggless Orange Pancakes
These pancakes flavored with orange juice are incredibly soft and fluffy. You would love to make them again & again.
orange pancake
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 25 min
Servings
pancakes
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 25 min
Servings
pancakes
Ingredients
orange pancake
Instructions
  1. Mix Energ-G in orange juice and keep aside.
  2. Grate boiled potato. Put in a blender along with milk and blend to get a smooth mixture.
  3. In a bowl, take wheat flour, rice flour, baking powder, baking soda and sugar. Mix them well.
  4. Add Energ-G mixture, potato mixture and a drop of edible orange color. Mix well to get a smooth mixture of pourable consistency. If the mixture is thick, you can add more milk or juice.
  5. Heat a non stick tawa. Apply a little oil on tawa and wipe it off. Reduce the flame to low.
  6. Pour 2 tbsp of batter on tawa and let it cook on one side till bubbles appear on the top. In between you can increase the flame to medium for a short while.
    Orange pancake
  7. Flip the side. If desired, use little oil let it cook on the other side as well.
    Orange pancake
  8. Transfer to the plate. Similarly make all the pancakes.
  9. Pour orange sauce or orange crush over it and enjoy pancakes.
Recipe Notes

You can replace brown sugar with normal sugar.

Enrg-G is an egg substitute, so you can use 3 eggs in place of Enrg-G.

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