Snow Cloud Coconut Pancakes

Rachel Davis

Nomadic blogger, cake baker, house sitter, photographer, vegetarian. If I'm not in a van I'm probably on a train!

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17 Responses

  1. Ann says:

    Hi, I tried your recipe for the pancake but the batter was super thick (kind of like bread) and I wonder if I missed anything? Is there no other liquid then the yoghurt?

    Thank you for the help !!

    • Rachel Davis says:

      Oh dear Ann, I’m so sorry this has happened to you. If the batter is looking heavy I will let it down with milk to a more pourable consistency which I should have mentioned in the recipe (too busy having fun in Hong Kong!).
      I tend to make pancakes ‘by eye’ most of the time and this recipe was created in a kitchen without scales – I’m not a fan of cup measures, I prefer the accuracy of grams and weight. It could be that my cup measure for the flour is a little off too.
      The best solution is to add milk to reach a good pancake consistency.

      I will amend today, thank you so much for getting in touch.

  2. Lily Lau says:

    Those pancakes seem so thick… they’re awakening my sweet instinct, delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe :)
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  3. Ignoring the fact this post was a Christmas one, I love the sound of these pancakes! I have a recipe for some Icelandic pancakes that are delicious, so I can’t wait to try your snow could ones out. Thanks for sharing.

    • They’rea bit Christmassy but perfect and light for a summery day, add some fresh berries and you’ll be in heaven!

      Icelandic Pancakes sounds interesting! I’ll inquisitively head over and have a peek :D

  4. davegct says:

    Wow! Look at all those Christmas decorations!! Very western-looking, which I guess makes sense for HK & Macau. I’ll be interested in your reports on Christmas decorations you find over the next week. So glad you got to do some cooking in your airbnb apartment! Looking forward to the next post…

    • Macau was a lot more western than HK, those Portuguese really left their stamp. Such beautiful architecture. We’ve not seen quite so much here in Yangshuo, there is some up in the hostel and the shops are blaring out White Christmas! It’s slightly random!
      Have a wonderful Christmas guys!

  5. Nick & Dariece - Goats On The Road says:

    That sounds like a great recipe! Quick, easy and delicious. I loved your Christmas photos :)

    Happy Holidays to you!

    • Thanks guys! I really needed to make something, if people get tired always cooking they should go travel, soon brings back the urge to get back to the oven! It was so much fun to make them.
      Have an amazing Christmas!

  6. kerrycooks says:

    Delicious! Seems like you’re having an amazing time

  1. April 25, 2014

    […] The apartment worked out good value compared to staying at a hostel and I’m so glad we did it. It was a typical Hong Kong apartment, low on space but high on location, and to be honest I’m used to small spaces, I live in a van! It had a basic kitchen which included a one-ring hob, a microwave and a fridge. To have my very own kitchen for a few days was a joy and it was from this little kitchen that I created my Snow Cloud Coconut Pancakes. […]

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    […] From the Largo de Senado we took narrow side streets away from the crowds and soon found ourselves in a small square near the modern cathedral. A beautiful nativity scene had been constructed and the local sparrows were busy searching for food amongst the straw, bringing the scene to life {you can see pictures in this post}. […]

  3. July 10, 2014

    […] first baking post this year! I haven’t posted a baking recipe since last December when I made Snow Cloud Coconut Pancakes in Hong Kong and here I am today posting a delicious recipe inspired by devouring many coconut […]

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