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Gluten-Free Coconut Pancakes Recipe
If I had been told 10 years ago that pancakes can be made without flour, without milk and without eggs, I would not have believed it! Pancakes are American puffy pancakes that look more like pancakes. In our family - this is the most favorite Breakfast! To make Breakfast healthier and healthier, I come up with unusual recipes. For example, gluten-free coconut pancakes. My pancakes are made from coconut and rice flour, and the role of eggs in the dough is performed by guar gum. This is an absolutely natural product made from Indian acacia pods. By analogy with fiber, it serves as a broom for the gastrointestinal tract, helping to remove harmful residues from it and, thus, free it from toxins and slags. The pancakes turn out a fragrant, delicate and airy!
Instructions
  1. Prepare all the ingredients.
    Prepare all the ingredients.
  2. Peel the coconut and cut it into small slices. Be careful, watch your fingers!
    Peel the coconut and cut it into small slices. Be careful, watch your fingers!
  3. Place part of the coconut slices in the bowl of a blender. You can put the whole coconut if the capacity and power of your blender allows it. I have a small blender, so I do it in parts.
    Place part of the coconut slices in the bowl of a blender. You can put the whole coconut if the capacity and power of your blender allows it. I have a small blender, so I do it in parts.
  4. Pour in some water.
    Pour in some water.
  5. Scroll in a blender until smooth.
    Scroll in a blender until smooth.
  6. Place the second part of the coconut. Scroll.
    Place the second part of the coconut. Scroll.
  7. Pour the coconut mass into a deep bowl.
    Pour the coconut mass into a deep bowl.
  8. Add sugar.
    Add sugar.
  9. Add the vanilla sugar.
    Add the vanilla sugar.
  10. Fill in some of the rice flour. Stir.
    Fill in some of the rice flour. Stir.
  11. Add salt and soda.
    Add salt and soda.
  12. Add guar gum.
    Add guar gum.
  13. Add the remaining rice flour. Mix thoroughly.
    Add the remaining rice flour. Mix thoroughly.
  14. Set aside for 5-10 minutes, in order for the gum to work. It turns out a very thick dough.
    Set aside for 5-10 minutes, in order for the gum to work. It turns out a very thick dough.
  15. Heat the oil in a frying pan.
    Heat the oil in a frying pan.
  16. On medium heat, bake pancakes for 3-5 minutes on each side.
    On medium heat, bake pancakes for 3-5 minutes on each side.
  17. Here are such ruddy beauties turn out. I got 22 pieces with a diameter of 8-9 cm.
    Here are such ruddy beauties turn out. I got 22 pieces with a diameter of 8-9 cm.
  18. Ready-made pancakes will have a slightly moist consistency inside, but if they stand for a while, they will get porosity and airiness. Bon Appetit!
    Ready-made pancakes will have a slightly moist consistency inside, but if they stand for a while, they will get porosity and airiness. Bon Appetit!

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