27Mar2017
godz. - 09:55

Kohlrabi-carrot pancakes

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Today my son proved to me that almost everything can be eaten with caster sugar. I have known for a long time that he likes eating every kind of sweet pancake with fruit and caster sugar. The only extra which is able to entice him is maple syrup. Today I saw that he likes dry pancakes, which in my opinion are best with non-sweet extras, with caster sugar. I talked my little fusspot into trying one pancake with tomato and beansprouts (he likes both of them), but the rest of the dinner was sweet.


The rest of my family really enjoyed their kohlrabi and carrot pancakes with pork rinds, kale, beansprouts and cherry tomatoes. Horseradish added piquancy to the mild pancakes. As always, my daughter overwhelmed them with ketchup, but she thought the dinner was delicious. You can choose your favourite extras. I am curious whether you like them sweet or dry?


Ingredients (20 pancakes)
dough
2 kohlrabies
2 carrots
half an onion
2 cloves of garlic
a fistful of minced dill
2 eggs
5 tablespoons of flour
salt and pepper
oil for frying
additionally:
sausage
kale shoots
cherry tomatoes
horseradish


Dice the onion and garlic. Peel the kohlrabies and carrots, grate them, add salt and leave them in a bowl for an hour. Drain the mixture, then mix in the eggs, flour, onion, garlic and dill. Heat the oil in a pan, fry the pancakes on a low heat until golden. Cube the sausage and fry it in a dry pan. Serve the pancakes with horseradish, beansprouts, sausage and cherry tomatoes.


Enjoy your meal!


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