Green Peas Pancake

Green Peas Pancake

Green Peas Pancake – a delightful dish that brings together the goodness of fresh or frozen green peas in a pancake form. Whether you’re a breakfast enthusiast, a snack lover or a parent searching for a wholesome addition to your kids’ lunchbox, these green peas pancakes are a perfect choice. The ease of preparation adds to their charm – simple ingredients, minimal effort and maximum flavor make these pancakes a go-to choice for busy mornings or lazy afternoons.

Packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins, these Green Peas Pancakes provide sustained energy and contribute to a balanced diet. The peas not only enhance the nutritional value but also bring a unique flavor that sets them apart from regular pancakes. One of the key ingredients in these delectable pancakes is green peas. These little green wonders not only add a vibrant color to your dish but also bring a burst of freshness.

Green Peas Pancake
Green Peas Pancake

Whether you’re starting your day with a nutritious breakfast, satisfying your snack cravings, or ensuring your kids enjoy a wholesome meal at school, these pancakes are the answer.

Green Peas Pancake

Course: BreakfastCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy


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An easy to make and healthy breakfast as well as snack option!


  • Green Peas – ½ cup, fresh/frozen

  • Garlic Cloves – 3-4

  • Ginger – ½-inch piece

  • Green Chilli – 1

  • Coriander Leaves – a small bunch

  • Water – 1-2 tbsp

  • Semolina – ½ cup

  • Onion – 1 small, finely chopped

  • Carrot – a small piece, grated

  • Curd – 2 tbsp

  • Salt – as per taste

  • Turmeric – 1/8 tsp

  • Chilli Powder – ¼ tsp

  • Sugar – 1/8 tsp

  • Water – as needed

  • Baking Soda – ¼ tsp


  • Into a blender jar, add green peas, garlic, ginger, green chilli, coriander leaves and water and grind well.
  • Transfer this to a bowl and to this, add semolina, finely chopped onion, grated carrot, curd, salt, turmeric, chilli powder, sugar and water to make a thick batter. Keep it aside for 10 min so that that semolina becomes soft. If needed, mix in some more water.
  • Finally, add the baking soda and mix well.
  • Heat a pan and lightly brush with some oil. Pour a ladle full of the batter and spread it lightly to make a thick pancake.
  • Once the bottom side is cooked and top starts looking a little dry, flip it over and cook the other side too.
  • Transfer to a serving plate and serve these pancakes with a dip of your choice.

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