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Sweet Potato Adai/Pancakes


Here is a delicious and healthy way to start your day This is a quick breakfast/brunch recipe.This is the regular pan cake mixed with cooked and mashed sweet potato. It is light and satisfying, low in starch and can be made in a jiffy just like the regular pancakes, provided you have cooked sweet potatoes in fridge :) You can cook sweet potatoes and store them in fridge for two to three days just like potatoes( do not peel off the skin, pat dry and store in Ziploc bags). Give this recipe a try.


Ingredients
Sweet potato- 1 medium
Flour- 1 cup
Baking powder- 1tsp
Salt- 1/2 tsp
Sugar- 3 tsp
Egg- 2
Milk- 1 cup
Melted butter- 2 tsp
Vanilla essence- 1 tsp
Nutmeg- a pinch



Cook sweet potato in boiling water and cook till its tender. But it should remain firm. Peel off the skin and cut into small pieces (otherwise just poke sweet potato with a fork and place in the over at 350 degree F for one hour)


Combine flour,salt,baking powder and nutmeg and keep aside.
In a mixer blend together eggs,milk, chopped sweet potato,vanilla essence and melted butter.In a bowl whisk in the mixed puree and the flour till well blended.
Heat a non stick pan and grease. Pour one ladle into the hot pan and allow one side to cook and then flip over to the other side and cook. Serve  with syrup

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. The pancake looks nice. Have to try this out

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  2. Sweet Pancakes..perfect way to mash n blend sweet potatoes!!Will try it out,dear..

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  3. Fluffy and flavorful pancakes.Looks delicious Suja.

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  4. Looks perfect..it will be very tasty with potatoes..

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  5. u know my grandma used to make this !! thanks a lot for posting the recipe. delicious pancakes

    Deepa
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  6. wow amazing ...impressed with ur innovation

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  7. Love the color and all the ingredients in it :)

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  8. I remember having sweet potato adas during childhood.We had lots at our own backyard..
    The pancakes looks colorful & appetizing !

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  9. Innovative idea....recipe looks superb...

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  10. Superb dish.. addition of sweet potatoes makes it healthy and filling too.. love your pic with the piece of butter :)
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  11. They look delicious- bet you can't eat just one :)
    US Masala

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  12. looks delish...i love sweet potatoes..

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  13. Pancake made of Sweat potato.. superb yaar!! Bookmarked it as it is indeed a very healthy dish..

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  14. The pancakes look fluffy,soft n delicious. Gr8 recipe.

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  15. ethu kollallo... nice recipe...

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  16. what a perfect way to start the day with healthy breakfast like this one!

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  17. This looks inviting and delicious...

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  18. I love sweet potatoes and pancakes, great idea to put them together like this:)

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  19. the melting butter on top of the pancakes>.Ummm the picture speaks how tasty it must have been1

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  20. Delicious pancakes, feel like having for my breakfast even everyday..wonderful platter..

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  21. Look delicious & love the addition of sweet potatoes!!

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  22. delicious pancakes..nice idea with sweet potatoes..bookmarked it :)

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  23. undaki nokkunnundu ...looks delicious

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  24. wow..love that colour of the pancake..looks very tempting.

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  25. Wat a soft and delicious pan cakes dear,sure it melts in mouths...

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  26. Innovative dish.Looks very tempting and delicious
    South Indian Recipes

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  27. Superr suji, Looks splendid , am mouthwatering here

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  28. pan cakes looks gorgeous.picture is perfect.

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  29. Hey this is such a wonderful pancake, sweet potato would've made it soft and fluffy, thanks for the recipe

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  30. Lovely colorful pancakes looks yummy and tasty...

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  31. the melting butter on the pancake adds to the charm- the adais look superb !

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  32. that colour looks so inviting..

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  33. This is very delicious! Yummy! I'd love to have this for breakfast tomorrow!

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  34. Wow interesting idea of pancakes...delicious looking

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  35. very innovative. more inviting and mouthwatering.

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  36. Nice one !

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  37. wow that looks amazingly yummy! noted to try out soon :)

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  38. Sweet potato pancakes looks awesome yummy. Love to try them.

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  39. wow..ethu kollallo...ethu nyan ethu vare kazhichittilla...have bookmarked it..will try it soon...:)

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  40. A small appreciation to ur fabulous blog. Please collect it here http://karaikudicuisine.blogspot.com/2011/05/my-first-award.html.

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  41. Thanks all for the sweet comments:)

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