These pancakes are crowd pleasers. Lovely sweet corn and pieces of flavorsome salami make these pancakes great as a party snack or with some salad a lunch or quick dinner. They are easy to make with only a few cheap ingredients. Bon appetit!
Serves 2 (as a meal)/ Makes 10 pancakes
300 gr. Corn (if from a tin, throw away the liquid)
1 small Onion
100-150 gr. Salami
50 gr Flour
1 clove Garlic (if your salami is garlic-heavy, leave the clove out)
So serve with: 200 gr. Salad such as coleslaw, celery salad or similar
– Put half the corn in a blender until you get a puree. Chop the onion finely. Cut the salami in small pieces.
– Mix the corn-puree with the corn, flour, onion, salami, eggs and garlic. Stir everything well until the batter covers all the corn and salami. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
– Heat some butter in a frying pan and add a (table)spoonful of the batter to the pan. You can probably make 4 pancakes at the time. Start with about 2 minutes on medium heat, flip them gently over and leave on a low heat for about 5 minutes (depending on how big you’ve made them) until done.
– Repeat the process until all the batter it gone.
Serve the pancakes with some salad.