The #OVColour5 Project – Gluten-free Baked Radish Pancakes ( White)

As parents one of the biggest challenges we face is fitting in nutrition into small, consumable and delicious food options for our children. With that in mind I am working on a project which emphasizes on making these using 5 ingredients with the main one following a colour theme.

Here is the first one from that colour-coded child-friendly series of healthy bakes with 5 ingredients only for the colour – White.

The Radish.

Given it’s strong taste it’s not easy to include in children’s regular diet. An easy and yum bake is the best way to do it – Radish, Coriander, Rice Flour, Black Sesame and Egg. Just 5 ingredients. And some seasoning of your choice.

These Baked Radish Pancakes are the way to go!

Recipe –

1 mid-sized radish, washed and grated, placed on the kitchen towel for the excess moisture to be removed

1 sprig of coriander, chopped finely

1 tbsp of rice flour

1 egg

1 tsp of black sesame

Seasoning – Himalayan pink salt, black pepper ( you can use anything that suits your palette)

Method –

Mix the grated radish and coriander together. Add the sesame and rice flour and mix with a fork. Add the egg and then the seasoning. Mix thoroughly using a whisk or fork.

Spoon the mixture onto a greased baking tray and bake for 15-18 minutes or until it browns a little on top, in an oven preheated at 170 degrees C. If you want you can flip the pancakes in the middle to turn the side and brush lightly with oil or melted butter.

If you do try it out remember to use #OVColour5 and tag me on it – would love to to see your version of this.

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