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Kodo millet raisin pancake

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Kodo millet raisin pancake

Full of antioxidants, the kodo millet is one of the most beneficial grains/cereals. A kodo millet dosa or sweet pancake is a super breakfast to keep diabetics in check.

Ingredients

100gm Refined flour

150gm Kodo millet flour

75gm sugar

20ml honey

180ml milk

7.5gm baking powder

3 eggs

2gm walnuts (chopped)

10gm raisins

1 mint sprig

50ml clarified butter


Preparation

Put refined flour, kodo millet flour, sugar and baking powder in a mixing bowl

Gradually add honey, beaten eggs and milk to it

Whisk until a smooth batter of pouring consistency is made

Strain the batter through a fine sieve

Rest the batter for three to four hours

Heat the hotplate on medium flame

Grease the hotplate with butter and pour the batter into small pancakes on it

Serve it hot with maple syrup, clarified butter, honey, chopped nuts and whipped cream

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