The calories in scallion pancakes can be monitored by eating small-sized portions of this delicious healthy snack alternative. Find out here on how to manage a portion of this and how to make this delectable pancake at home…
A lot of Chinese dishes have scallions in them, making it a flavorsome add-on that anyone would find as a vital enhancement to any dish. These sweet tasting onions are low on the acidity factor, and can be eaten as a garnish in a salad or added last as a finishing touch in a main course meal. Preparing this pancake doesn’t take up a whole lot of one time, and can be quite a pleasant dish to bring together, working well as an appetizer or early morning food. Since carbohydrates are recommended for consumption before 10 am in the morning, it would seem ideal to chow down on these pancakes bright and early in the day.
Scallion Pancake Recipe
Making scallion pancakes is a cinch with easy to find ingredients incorporated into this recipe that I’ve put together for you scallion pancake lovers. Get all the ingredients that you require one day prior to making this, so that all the add-ons are fresh and on hand while you cook. Scallions should be cleaned and cut into tiny round ringlets, before you add it into your pancake mix.
Scallion Garlic Pancakes with Chives
Let’s take a look at what the recipe mentioned in the latter half yields in terms of calories and nutrition.
|Scallion Pancake Values
(Portion=165 g, Calories= 500 kcal)
♨ What You’ll Need
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of sesame seeds (white)
- 1 cup of all-purpose flour (120g)
- ½ a cup of scallions
- 3 cloves of garlic (crushed)
- 4 teaspoons of chives (leaves)
- A pinch / two of salt
- 2 teaspoons of chili flakes
- One small bottle of sesame oil (drizzle on pancakes last)
♨ How to Make this
Using a food processor, first sift your flour into the mouth of the processor while slowly adding hot water to the mix while the blade turns it into a doughy finish. When the dough starts to thicken and forms a ball, stop adding more water. Scoop out the contents of the processor and cover the ball of dough with a damp cloth. Let this sit for about 30 minutes before you start to work on it to make your pancakes. Sprinkle some flour on your cutting board before rolling out the dough. Using a rolling-pin let it spread out into a rectangular shaped piece of dough.
Using a brush, coat the surface generously with olive oil before showering it with the scallions, chili flakes, crushed garlic, chives, sesame seeds and salt. Roll the dough up into a tube like fold, before cutting it into equal portions and making a spiral out of each one before individually rolling these out again. Flatten it into pancakes of about 5 inches in thickness, and then drop these one at a time into a hot pan awaiting on the side with the three tablespoons of olive oil. Wait for 4 minutes while each side browns considerably, before flipping it over. Drizzle the top of the pancakes with sesame oil, and then enjoy your scrumptious spread of scallion pancakes.
The calories in scallion pancakes can dip lower than what is revealed here if you were to serve more than one person the portion size included in the above recipe. Decrease the ingredients by half to help yourself solely to this delicious pancake preparation. Scallions are a healthy root vegetable so don’t be afraid to add a little more to your pancakes if you love mildly spiced up sweet flavor. Try other ways of having this vegetable in your meals to make the most of its delightful taste and crunch. Have a healthy tomorrow.