Thaipusam Holiday treat

Since we bought the non-stick pan recently, my boy has been using it frequently. This morning, I tried to make a pancake with it.

Simply beat up two eggs. 
Add some light soya sauce. 
Pour it on the heated pan.
Then arrange the sliced bananas over it.

Flip half way to cover the other half.
There you are, a Thaipusam holiday treat!
Happy Thaipusam!


Comments

  1. Eggs with banana? wow.. never tried that before.. my kids will like!

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  2. Sweet and savoury? Easy to make though. Happy Thaipusam!

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    1. yes, the banana is so sweet when cooked.

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    1. That is a nice banana pancake. Open ceremony the pan with this pancake huh? Hehe.

      Have wonderful weekend there!

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    2. No holiday over here. Not many Indians in East Malaysia.

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    3. oh, I have cooked a few times with the pan but first time making banana pancake.

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    1. public holiday but no holiday for me.

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  5. Happy holiday...
    Pan fried banana egg.. Not bad

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  6. hahaha, celebrating Thaipusam with a loaded banana pancake?? hmmm, yummy yummy!! did you make more so that you can bring them to share with your customers and friends to celebrate the festive?? :p

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    1. oh, I just made a piece for ourselves. Next time I will make more..

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  7. Happy Thaipusam! Did you use any flour at all? No flour then it would be an omelette banana wrap. Sweet and savoury, I wonder how I would like the taste.

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    1. yes, actually it's omelet but pancake sounds nicer..
      It tasted great.

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  8. Wenn, this looked so yummy. I love this banana pancake so much. Must try to pan fry this evening.

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  9. Happy Thaipusam! Vel Vel Vel!!!...


    I love Banana Pancakes. I saw the famous stall in Penang that sells this with long queue everyday. The boss added some plain flour and even raisins & milk. No wonder they sell like hot cakes.

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    1. Yes, it's actually very simple to make.

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  10. This is so easy to make wenn! I bet it taste heavenly good!

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  11. I ever tried the pancake in krabi they have different flavours such as milk, chocolate, banana and so on so delicious and yummy

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