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Oat pancakes with smoked salmon and eggs

Oat pancakes with smoked salmon and eggs

Serves

4

Prep: 

10 mins

Cook: 

20 mins

Average: 3.9 (7 votes)
Per serving
KcalsFatSaturatesCarbsProteinSalt
39522.2g6.5g15.8g34.2g2.60g

Ingredients

  • 75g/3oz porridge oats
  • A pinch of salt
  • 2 large British Lion eggs
  • 150ml/1/4pt milk
  • A little oil for frying
  • For the filling:
  • 8 large British Lion eggs
  • 3 tbsp milk
  • A knob of butter
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 150g Scottish smoked salmon slices
  • Chopped fresh dill to garnish

Method

  1. First make the pancakes: Place the oats in a food processor and pulse until they are finely ground. Add the salt, eggs and milk and blend again until smooth. Pour the batter into a jug. The batter can be made in advance and chilled for up to 8 hours before use.
  2. Heat a 20cm/8in diameter non-stick frying pan until hot, drizzle a little oil over the centre and wipe it around with a piece of kitchen paper. Now pour a little of the batter into the pan and immediately tilt the pan to spread the batter thinly and evenly over the base. Cook for 2 minutes or until the top is set and the base golden. Turn the pancake over with a spatula or if you are feeling brave, flip the pancake!
  3. Cook for a further 1-2 minutes or until the base is golden. Transfer to a plate and interleave with greaseproof paper, keep warm. Use the batter and a little more oil to make a further 3 pancakes in the same way.
  4. For the filling: in a large jug, beat the eggs with the milk and salt and pepper. Melt the butter in a non-stick pan, add the egg mixture and cook over a low heat, stirring until the eggs have scrambled to your liking.
  5. Place a pancake on four warm plates; divide the scrambled egg between the pancakes along with the smoked salmon. Scatter over black pepper and dill and serve straight away.

Tip: If you are on a gluten free diet use oats which are guaranteed ‘gluten free’. Most are, but are often milled or processed in factories where flours and other grains containing flour are prepared.