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Pumpkin Pancake

Don’t you love Halloween? Kids dress up in cutest costumes and there are tons of candies everywhere. Halloween is not actually celebrate here in Asia, but since our world’s getting smaller and we all absorb each other culture, Halloween become a funky trend for adults unlike in western world where it’s more like a day for the children.

So what usually happen here are crazy costume parties, pubs and bars go wild with their decorations, alcohols are more likely to be more popular than candies.

There won’t be kids on the street playing “trick or treat” unless there are some arrangements from some special communities. Some families do have their own private party just like ours…

Halloween is a fun family time with a lot of foods, spooky movies or tales, and of course candies.

This year we are quite prepared for it. Sadik bought Yaseen costume for US where he was on business visit a week ago. He also bought a lot of chocolates and candies which we will share with neighbors and friends. We will also make some candies and cookies which I still search for new challenging recipes. The dinner will be fun with a lot of snacks.

There is one recipe I believe to be so perfect for Halloween breakfast… pumpkin pancake.

It’s one of the best ways to welcome this fun holiday.

Pumpkin Pancake

Ingredients: (4 servings)

2 cup roughly diced pumpkin- boiled

2 large eggs

3/4 cup flour

1 tsp baking powder

1/4 cup melted butter

3 tbsp sugar

1 tsp vanilla

Butter for greasing

 Blend pumpkin in food processor until smooth and keep aside.

Whisk eggs, butter, and sugar together until sugar is dissolved.

Add pumpkin puree and vanilla extract and mix well.

Sift in flour and baking powder.

Mix well until reach the smooth consistency.

Heat the greased skillet over the medium heat.

Pour down about 3 tbsp batter in at the time and cook until golden brown both side.

Serve hot with warm syrup.

What are you cooking on Halloween?

Have a nice day,
Tes

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