lentil pancakes

apart from the fact that these pancakes are full of protein, the making of them are very simple.

pancakes for 4

150 gr. red lentils

250 ml water

1/2 teaspoon salt

topping for 4

for example: hummus, rucola, avocado, small tomatoes, little lime juice,

salt & pepper

or a tzaziki with soya yoghurt, cucumber and mint

or fried mushrooms

or something else that is salty and tasty

soak the lentils for a minimum of 4 hours. then teem them and mix it with 250 ml water and salt in a food processor until you have a smooth dough. heat a pan with little oil and put the dough for one pancake in the pan. fry the pancake at middle heat on both sides during 5 minutes each side. the lentil pancakes need a little more time then pancakes with wheat flour.

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