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#Vegetarian pancakes with oyster mushrooms and chives

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by: Moon Apple
#Vegetarian pancakes with oyster mushrooms and chives

Are you looking for a delicious and easy vegetarian dish? Then try these chive pancakes.

More and more people eat less meat or do not even eat meat at all. Why would you too; meat can be easily replaced by other, healthy (honorary) products with the same nutritional value. In addition, substitute products are often much cheaper than meat ... and tell who does not like such a delicious chive pancake now?
This recipe is for about ten pieces. You can of course serve the pancakes as a main course, but they are also very tasty as lunch.
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Chives

What do you need?

For the pancakes:
2 tablespoons chopped (fresh) chives
1 teaspoon of soft butter
1 egg
1 teaspoon of salt
Fresh pepper
2 dl of milk
100 grams of wheat flour
Oil for baking

For the filling

250 grams oyster mushrooms
1 small onion
5 tablespoons of butter
1 dl white wine
1 tablespoon of flour
4 tablespoons of cream
Salt and pepper to taste
White oyster mushrooms
Oyster mushrooms

How do you make the chive pancakes?

Take a large mixing bowl and put all the ingredients for the pancakes in it. Make a nice batter and leave it for half an hour until it is thick (but still liquid).
Clean the oyster mushrooms and cut off the stalks. Cut the rest into strips.
Cut the onion into small pieces.
Heat the butter in a pan and then fry the onion and the oyster mushrooms light brown.
Add the white wine and let the mixture boil for five minutes.
Sprinkle the flour over it and add the cream while continuing to stir well.
Bring the sauce to the boil and add salt and (freshly ground) pepper to taste.
Make sure the sauce stays warm (for example on a hot plate).

Baking pancakes:

Bake the pancake batter about 10 nice, thin pancakes with a diameter of about 8 cm.
Fill the pancakes with the oyster mushroom sauce, roll them up and serve them warm.
You can also make a 'package'. Tie a chive twig around it for decoration.

Enjoy your meal

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