Vegan corn cheese zucchini pancakes. These healthy zucchini pancakes are made with a blend of whole-grain, gluten-free flours, and are free from dairy and eggs. Not sweet pancakes, but savory ones. Back before I became a vegan, I had a zucchini pancake recipe I loved, which came together with shredded zucchini, flour, and egg whites.
The zucchini keeps these pancakes incredibly soft and moist even without any oil or fat in the recipe, and you really can't taste the sneaky zucchini in here at all. They'll remind you of eating homemade zucchini bread, just in the form of pancakes! Fluffy, tender, and topped with a cranberry-orange compote! You can cook Vegan corn cheese zucchini pancakes using 8 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Vegan corn cheese zucchini pancakes
- You need 180 ml of nondairy milk or water.
- Prepare 120 g of oats.
- Prepare 70 g of corn flour.
- You need 2 tbs. of nutricional yeast.
- It’s 1 tbs. of lemon juice.
- Prepare of salt and pepper.
- It’s 1 of chopped onion (purple).
- You need 1 of grated zucchini.
In the meantime, let's dig into this seasonal stack of goodness. Fluffy cornmeal pancakes with cranberry orange compote. Whisk the dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. Add the flax egg and the milk and stir until well combined.
Vegan corn cheese zucchini pancakes step by step
- Blend everything exept onion and zucchini.
- Transfer in a bowl and add onion and zucchini.
- Bake in a pan on each side for 2-3 min.
- Serve with fresh tomatos.
These Savory Zucchini Cornmeal Pancakes fall into the cheesy category. Not too cheesy, but subtly so thanks to a few tablespoons of nutritional yeast in the mix. Since these pancakes are obviously not syrup-soaking appropriate, I topped this stack with a dollop of Kite Hill Chive Cream Cheese. You can make these zucchini pancakes simply with a zucchini, but I like to throw in thinly sliced sweet onion and green hot chili peppers to complement. The onion adds delicious sweetness to the pancakes, and the hot chili peppers give a nice spicy kick, kal-kal-han-mat (칼칼한맛) as Koreans say.