Corn is a food that gives us plenty of chewing satisfaction, and its high ratio of the insoluble-to-soluble fiber is partly the reason. It’s the antioxidant carotenoids leading the way, with especially high concentrations of Lutein and Zeaxanthin.
- All-purpose flour – 200 grams
- Milk – 150ml
- Egg – 1
- Sweet corn kernels – 50 grams
- Grated carrot – 2 tablespoon
- Diced bell peppers or any other vegetables of your choice – 2 tablespoon
- Cheese (processed, mozzarella or any other) – ½ cup, grated
- Sugar – ½ teaspoon
- Salt – to taste
- Oil – 5 tablespoon
METHOD Of PREPARATION:
- Add all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix well. Make sure that the consistency of the batter is not too runny or too thick.
- Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a non-stick frying pan.
- Pour a large spoonful of the pancake mixture into the pan and swirl it around to give it a round shape. Fry for 30 seconds – 1 minute until it turns golden brown, then flip over and fry the other side.
- Set aside onto a paper towel.
- Repeat the process until all the pancakes have been made. Serve hot.
- 100 grams of sweet corn kernels contain about 86 calories and are mainly composed of simpler carbohydrates like glucose and sucrose. It has high levels of beta-carotenes and vitamin A. It is also a good source of the flavonoid antioxidant, ferulic acid.
- Cheese is an extremely rich source of calcium and helps in the development of your baby’s bones and teeth. One cup of shredded mozzarella cheese (112 g) contains 336 calories, 757 IU of vitamin A, 566mg of calcium, 396 mg of phosphorus, and 24.8 g of protein.
- Eggs are a rich source of protein and fit perfectly into your baby’s diet routine whether you are feeding them for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a snack. Eggs provide many important nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, folate, iron, zinc, and high-quality protein. Eggs help in building antibodies and are good for skin, teeth, bones and eyes.