Mango Pancakes

Marvelous Mangoes

Mangoes is one such fantastic fruits that I would love for break fast ,lunch and dinner.Just a week before we started for India,Mr.Health nut got this big box of sweet ripe mangoes.7 days and a box of mangoes to devour,we were literally including them in 3 meals of the day.

Mango mellowness intensified in every layer,the pancakes charmingly capture the essence of mangoes,that can certainly bring cheer to the breakfast table.

Recipe: Mango Pancakes with Mango syrup
Makes 6-8 pancakes
1 cup whole wheat flour(fine ground)
1 teaspoon baking powder(alum free)
1/8 teaspoon of baking soda
1/2 cup mango puree
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup skimmed milk(add a little more if needed)
1 Organic egg
1 tablespoon Organic butter,melted


Sift together the flour, baking powder,cinnamon and salt in a large mixing bowl.In another bowl,whisk egg along with milk and mango puree . Mix both wet and dry mixtures.
Heat non stick pan on medium flame. Grease it lightly with oil . Ladle about 3 tablespoon of the batter onto pan for each pancake. Cook until the top is bubbly and bottom is light brown, flip, and continue cooking for about 30 seconds.Repeat the same for the rest of the batter.serve with mango syrup.
Mango Syrup
Bring 1 cup of Mango puree and 1 cup of water to a slow boil with 2 tablespoon of light brown sugar or 1 tablespoon of Agave nectar.Now stir in a teaspoon of Organic corn starch in a 2 teaspoon of water and pour it in the cooking mango mixture while stirring constantly.Cook for a minute and turn off the heat.Serve the syrup with pancakes .


Unknown said…
Interesting idea...luv anything with mangoes
Kerstin said…
I agree - mangoes are so yummy and versatile! Your pancakes look fantastic!
Tiffany said…
Looks delicious!
Mmmhhh, fantastic!


swapna said…
delicious...with mangoes!!! yummy!!!
sangeeta said…
I generally don't like mangoes in a pancake but it should have been great with cinnamon ...
the pictures look great as always.
Mango pancakes would be a first in my kitchen, but we love mangos and we love pancakes! I just wasn't inventive enough to combine the two! Thanks!
Prerna said…
Wow,what a smart idea! L
very interesting buy yummy idea.
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Kiran said…
Very innovative and delicious mango pancakes.
Umm Mymoonah said…
It must have tasted delicious with the flavour of Indian mangoes.
Delicious Mango Pancakes..Looks yummy..
Joanne said…
I love that there is mango puree actually IN the pancakes! Delicious.
lubnakarim06 said…
Want me to lick the screen.....looks extremely yum....
Satya said…
wow what a beautiful looking pancakes ,must try them

Wow these look great! I will likely try them with coconut milk instead of cow's dairy.
Thanks for the great recipe!
Anthony Sepe said…

Your pancakes look absolutely awesome; however, I'm sure taste even better. Keep up the good work!
Nitha said…
Yummy pancakes..
Love mangoes in pancakes. I even make a compote with it. Absolutely Yumm.
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Unknown said…
wow, that looks great !!!
Unknown said…
lovely...looks so pretty and yumm..
Gorgeous dish ...perfect recipe...!
PranisKitchen said…
thats so delicious i know how much tasty the pancake.. sure mangoes give nice flavor.. yummo yum
Simplyfood said…
Mango pancakes absolutely perfect.
Unknown said…
Yummy, I love mangoes and in pancakes, wow, so good! Your photographs are so beautiful!
interesting idea yasmeen
Salsa Verde said…
They look so delicious and decadent!! I love the combination of flavours!
Vikis Kitchen said…
Mango pancake seems a brilliant idea dear. Love that flavor....nice clicks.
Salsa Verde said…
Must be so delicious!!!!
strawberrygurl said…
I halved this recipe, which worked perfectly for one mango and one serving. I added a half teaspoon of vanilla, and next time would add a teaspoon of lemon juice (that really activates the baking powder and lightens the flour). These were EXCELLENT especially for whole wheat pancakes that can turn out dense and tasting too floury, these were light and the mango complimented the richer flour taste rather than bolster it. Bookmarking this one!