Stacks o' pancakes

Zesty crepes, yoghurt pikelets and cheese-filled Polish blintzes – you name it, we're diggin' it. Stack your plate with pancakes today.
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Lebanese pancakes filled with walnuts and cream (katayef). Listen to the audio recipe.

Lebanese food recipes for home cooking. Learn how to make authentic middle eastern food like hummus, pita bread, and baba ghanoush in your home.

French chickpea pancakes (socca). This gluten-free option is best served hot from the oven, seasoned with pepper, alongside dips, cheese or olives.

Chickpea Pancakes (socca) With Chickpea Flour, Salt, Water, Olive Oil, Cracked Black Pepper

This Ethiopian bread is known as injera. Traditionally made from teff, a tiny round khaki-coloured grain, it's served with vegetables and meaty stews. Recipe here.

Ignore the meat in the image! This recipe is for Ethiopian bread (injera) recipe : SBS Food

Kimchi pancake (kimchi jeon). Listen to the audio recipe.

This is a great use of leftover kimchi. As with most Korean recipes, you can tweak it to your own tastes with the addition of other vegetables, meat or seafood. You can use the ready-made Korean pancake batter (bu-chim-ga-ru) from Korean groceries.

Dutch chocolate pancakes (three in the pan). Listen to the audio recipe.

Dutch chocolate pancakes (three in the pan) recipe : SBS Food - listen to our audio recipe.

Dutch chicken and paprika pancakes. Listen to the audio recipe.

A staple of the Dutch diet, pancakes can be found in all shapes and sizes in the Netherlands. This savoury recipe is a great prepare-ahead dish that you can simply heat to serve. Leftover chicken can be frozen for up to one month.

Prawn and pork pancake with caramelised onions and crispy noodles (okonomiyaki). Enjoy this Japanese snack with a cold beer.

Arguably one of the best snacks to accompany a cold beer, okonomiyaki is a time-honoured favourite in Japan. This recipe combines prawn and pork, crispy noodles, caramelised onions and Japanese barbecue sauce – need I say more?

Venezelan arepas (arepas Venezolanos). Listen to the audio recipe.

In Venezuela, arepas often take the place of bread and are eaten throughout the entire day. Arepas can be topped with butter and your preferred spread, served with eggs or filled and eaten like a sandwich. Here we’ve used raspberry jam.

Fill these green pancake stacks with adzuki bean paste, cream or fresh fruit.

Fill these green pancake stacks with adzuki bean paste, cream or fresh fruit.