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OK,Ipromised I woudl let everyone know how they turned out when I posted
the recipe a week or so ago. I made them tonight and solved the flour or
cornstarch issues by using 4 Tbs of my low carb pancake mix that I had
which also solved theproblem of nt having any new baking powder. It woked
well forconsistancey but was a bit sweeter than I might have liked as the
cauliflower also has a fair degree of natural sweetness. I would
definitely do it again. I made the whole recipe just for my son and I,
which I knew would be too much, but I generally like to try a recipe
fairly exactly as writtenthe first tie I make it. I have saved about half
the pancakes as tit sauys they will keep for up to 4 days adn can be
reheted in a 400F oven for about 5 minutes.

Considering that I was replalcing several cups of grated potatoes with
aobu t 2 lbs of cauliflower, this is a definite keeper for the holiday
meal or for feedign a vegetable hating kid without telling them what they
are made of:-) I served them with some European style yogurt from Trader
Joes(a cchain in the US) that I like because it is really sour and thin dn
less dense than Greek yogurt. that is a matter of preference. Had I used
unsweetened ap plesauce, the traditional alternative topping, I probably
would not have noticed the slight sweetnessof the pancakes.

This wil definitely be art of my holiday repetoire from now on.

Wendy

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Default Report on Cauliflower Ckhannuka Latkes(Pancakes)

On 12/8/2015 8:55 PM, W. Baker wrote:
OK,Ipromised I woudl let everyone know how they turned out when I posted
the recipe a week or so ago. I made them tonight and solved the flour or
cornstarch issues by using 4 Tbs of my low carb pancake mix that I had
which also solved theproblem of nt having any new baking powder. It woked
well forconsistancey but was a bit sweeter than I might have liked as the
cauliflower also has a fair degree of natural sweetness. I would
definitely do it again. I made the whole recipe just for my son and I,
which I knew would be too much, but I generally like to try a recipe
fairly exactly as writtenthe first tie I make it. I have saved about half
the pancakes as tit sauys they will keep for up to 4 days adn can be
reheted in a 400F oven for about 5 minutes.

Considering that I was replalcing several cups of grated potatoes with
aobu t 2 lbs of cauliflower, this is a definite keeper for the holiday
meal or for feedign a vegetable hating kid without telling them what they
are made of:-) I served them with some European style yogurt from Trader
Joes(a cchain in the US) that I like because it is really sour and thin dn
less dense than Greek yogurt. that is a matter of preference. Had I used
unsweetened ap plesauce, the traditional alternative topping, I probably
would not have noticed the slight sweetnessof the pancakes.

This wil definitely be art of my holiday repetoire from now on.

Wendy



These sound great, Wendy. Will have to try soon!

Susan


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