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In my previous post I had mentioned about the several health benefits of banana.
Today  I will give you a simple pancake recipe using banana.
Basic Banana Pancake
Ingredients
Bananas-2 ripe medium size
Sugar-3 tablespoon
Honey-2 tablespoon
Castor sugar/powdered sugar-1 teaspoon 
For the Batter
All purpose flour-2 cups
Salt-a pinch
Baking Powder-2 teaspoons
Cardamoms-2 powdered
Milk-1.5 cups
Oil-2.5 tablespoon
Method
-Take a bowl and mix flour,sugar,salt,cardamom powder and banking powder and mix well.
-Slowly add milk to the flour stirring it constantly to make a nice thick batter.Make sure there are no lumps in the batter.
-Mash the ripe bananas to make a smooth consistency.Add this to the flour batter.Mix well again.
-Heat a frying pan and add oil.Take a big spoon of batter and slowly spread it to make a circle on the pan.
-Keep the flame on medium heat and let the pancake cook.
-Carefully turn the pancake to the other side and let it cook for 2 minutes.Repeat the same steps to make pancakes from the rest of the batter.
-Serve on a plate and add honey,sliced bananas and castor on top.
**You can also add raisins,chopped cashew nuts to the pancake batter.Adding grated coconut to the batter also gives it a nice taste.**
You can make the pancakes for breakfast or have it for snacks.Try it and do send me your feedback.

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