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Coconut Pancake with Pineapple




The combination pineapple and coconut it's just perfect on this pancakes, drizzle coconut cream or good coconut milk and salted caramel is a treat, slightly rich and sweet.
Unlike regular pancake, I make it thinner and filled with chunk of pineapple and fold them to serve, and it can be served as a dessert too.









Ingredients : serve 4
- 1 1/4 cup all purpose flour
- 2 tbsp super fine sugar
- 2 eggs
- 1 3/4 cup coconut milk
- 1 medium pineapple
- peanut oil/ butter for grease pan
- coconut cream to serve
- toasted shredded coconut for garnish (  optional )

Preparation:
- sift the flour and sugar into a bowl and make a well in the center
- add eggs and coconut milk to the well and stir into the flour then whisk to a smooth bubbly batter
- cut the fresh pineapple into chunks,set aside
- heat a small amount of oil into nonstick  small skillet over high heat and pour in a little batter swirling to cover the pan
- cook the pancake until set and golden underneath or until golden brown both side
- repeat with the remaining batter to make 8- 10 pancakes
- fill the pancakes with pieces of pineapple and fold into fan shape to serve
- drizzled with coconut cream and salted caramel sauce.

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Comments

  1. Wow!! seems you have so many great recipes to be shared and how not to drool bc its like I have the same taste of ingredients and food just like you.

    Very lovely and certainly am drooling.

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  2. Love the crepes made with coconut milk, and the creamy, yummy filling as well!

    Thanks for commenting...I'm following your blog, and invite you to do the same!

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  3. Wow! This is my kind of pancake! Coconut and pineapple - what a lovely combo!

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  4. Coconut... pineapple... what's not to love about this pancake!! Yum! Have a great weekend!! ~ Ramona

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  5. Yummy pancakes..Glad to follow ur space.

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  6. I would be happy to have these crepes! Coconut and pineapple is a great combination!

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  7. This could not get anymore tropical if it tried too - perfect breakfast recipe :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Tropical Caramelised Baked German Pancake

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  8. Ridwan, looks really good. I just had a chance to look at your blog again, just got back from Jakarta. Kapan aku dimasakin? Hehehe....

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  9. Great combination! I love everything!

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  10. I have never had coconut and pineapple together...sounds delicious...bookmarking this recipe :-)

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  11. Oh, these look delicious...I love both pineapple and coconut, so both together is just heavenly!

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  12. Oh, these look delicious...I love both pineapple and coconut, so both together is just heavenly!

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