Dishes made from semolina (suji) are delicious and it’s light on the stomach, as it is easily digestible and can be consumed as breakfast and mid-meals snack. If you are on a diet and looking to replace your all-purpose flour, semolina is a great option.

This pancake is made with semolina with a mixture of seasonal veggies and curd. It’s basically a Gujarati dish but here, we have given some twist to it. It’s very nutritious and filling!

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Ingredients:

Semolina (Rawa/Suji)-2 cups

Gram Flour-1/2cup

Curd-1 and 1/2 cups (You can further add water if the batter is thick)

Veggies: Onions, Capsicum, Carrots, Green Chilies

Salt-as per taste

White Pepper/Black Pepper (optional)-1/2tsp

Eno/Fruit Salt-1/2tsp

Ghee/Oil

Mustard Seeds

For Topping

Cottage Cheese (Paneer)- 1 cup

Veggies: Onions and Capsicum

Salt-as per taste

Oregano-1/2tsp

Chili Flakes-1/2tsp

Black Pepper/White Pepper-1/2tsp

Method:

For Pan Cake Batter

  1. Mix semolina, curd, and salt. Keep it aside.
  2. Chop all the veggies and add them to the semolina mixture.

For Topping

  1. Crumble the cottage cheese (paneer)
  2. Chop onions and capsicum (You can also add corn)
  3. Add salt, oregano, chili flakes, and black pepper. Mix it well.

For Pan Cake

  1. Add eno/fruit salt to the pancake batter.
  2. Grease the pan/tawa with ghee/oil. Add mustard seeds.
  3. Add the batter and keep a medium flame.
  4. Flip the pancake as it turns golden brown in color.
  5. Cook it on a low flame so that it gets crispy.
  6. Transfer it to a serving plate, spread green chutney/ketchup over the pancake and then spread the panner topping over it.

Alternatively,

1. Instead of green chutney/ketchup, you can spread white sauce as well and top up with veggies and cheese.