My Take on Gordon Ramsay's Spicy Potato Breakfast Pancakes | Egg Free

Introduction: My Take on Gordon Ramsay's Spicy Potato Breakfast Pancakes | Egg Free

I wanted to try Gordon Ramsay's spicy pancakes recipe, they look good, i never had spicy pancakes, it will be a new experience . Let's try to make them, thought the instructions in the video.

The ingredient list seems ok, nothing special, except mustard seeds that i could not find. I'm replacing them with dijon mustard, I hope it's gonna be fine. Also i don't like eggs and try to void milk a much as possible. As an egg "replacement" I use sodium bicarbonate and vinegar to introduce air in to the pancake batter, milk is replaced with tap water. In the video there is no specific ingredient amount, I will have to eyeball it.


ingredients -

Pancake batter:


Hot pepper


Canola oil

Cumin seeds

Salt & pepper

All purpose flour

Sodium bicarbonate - 1 teaspoon

Vinegar - 2 teaspoon


For the filling:



Boiled peeled and cut potatoes

Dijon mustard

Salt & pepper

Yogurt of choice

Step 1: Making the Pancakes

Preheat a pan, adding cumin seeds and toasting them, after 5 minutes adding canola oil and frying for 5 more minutes. Gordon used olive oil, i'm adding canola oil, I don't see the benefit of just burning olive oil.

Cutting ginger, hot pepper and garlic.

Ginger and the hot pepper goes in the pan with the cumin seeds. frying for 5 minutes and the adding the garlic, 5 more minutes. Transfer to a big bowl, add flour, salt & pepper, oil, Sodium bicarbonate and water to get the desired consistency. Add the vinegar.

In to a hot pan, use one ladle per pancake, spread the the batter on the pan.

After 3-4 minutes flip, and fry for another minute.

Repeat with the rest of the batter.

Step 2: Rolling and Taste Test

On each pancake spread the filling, Gordon uses the yogurt as a dip, i'm having the yogurt inside the pancakes,

roll them.

Overall they are nice, i can fill the heat from the chili and the yogurt. I'm not blown away, i did not flow the recipe exactly, but i don't think there will be a major difference if i did. Everything is kinda smooshed together. I definitely like the pancakes, next time I will use just the pancakes with some fresh filling, I need something more crunchy and chewy here.

Step 3: The Filling

Cut the onion, add oil to hot pan, fry to get golden color, then add Turmeric, cut potatoes, salt pepper and dijun mustard. Toss everything to combine.

Step 4: Recipe Video

Recipe Video

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