Stuffed herb pancakes

Stuffed Herb Pancakes

Stuffed Herb Pancakes



  • 50g (2oz) Loprofin Mix
  • 2.5mlsp (1/2 tsp) Loprofin Egg Replacer
  • 200ml carton Loprofin PKU Drink
  • 50ml (2floz) water
  • 1 – 2 x 15mlsp (1 – 2tbsp) chives or  herbs as desired
  • Salt and black pepper to taste


  • 75g (3oz) savoy cabbage
  • 50g (2oz) carrot
  • 50g (2oz) green pepper
  • 2 x 5mlsp (2tsp) chilli oil
  • 2 x 15mlsp (2tsp) olive oil
  • 1 x 15mlsp (1tbsp) plum sauce
  • 1 x 15mlsp (1tbsp) dry sherry
  • Cooking oil
  • Chives to garnish


  1. Combine one Loprofin Mix and Loprofin Egg Replacer in a bowl, add 1/2
    the Loprofin PKU Drink (100 ml) and beat for 30 seconds, until a smooth,
    thick batter, gradually beat in the remaining PKU Drink and water, stir in
    the herbs and seasoning to taste.
  2. Prepare the filling – finely shred the savoy cabbage and cut the carrot
    and pepper into thin ‘matchstick’ strips.
  3. Preheat a large frying pan add the chilli oil and olive oil and stir fry the
    vegetables for 2 – 3 minutes until just tender, stir in the plum sauce and
    dry sherry, reheat. Transfer to a warm ovenproof dish and keep warm.
  4. Lightly oil a clean frying pan, heat and pour a 1/4 of the batter into the
    pan, swirling it around to evenly coat the base, cook for 1 – 2 minutes
    over a moderate heat until the underside is lightly browned, turn and
    cook the other side.
  5. Remove the pancake from the pan and keep warm (do not stack as
    they may stick together). Repeat the cooking process with the remaining
    batter, to give 4 pancakes.
  6. To assemble the pancakes spoon equal quantities of filling over one half
    of each pancake, divide the filling in half to allow for folding and fold the
    pancake into half then half again to form a ‘fan’ shape.
  7. Serve immediately, garnished with a few chives.
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  1. My little sister has PKU and thinking about the things she can and cannot have makes my heart ache. She eats very few things – her pku pasta noodles, rice hash browns, pancakes, certain cereal and and certain chips. But she will not eat fruits or veggies. And I don’t know how to tell her that’s it’s good for her and how much it’s hurting me to see her only eat the things she’s eating.
    I love to cook for my family and there are A LOT things I can make for her of she liked more things but of course a 9 year old girl isn’t going to listen to her older sister.
    Anyway, I just wanted to say that and how great this recipe looks ( even if I can’t make it for her yet.) But I wont give up.

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