Saturday, November 3, 2018

Mofo Gasy/Mokary/Madagascar Yeasted Gluten Free Pancakes

Today's post is going to be some dangerously addictive yeasted pancakes, yes i accidently crossed these Mofogasy which means Mala gasy bread from Madagascar cuisine. These tiny puffy pancakes are most known breakfast of Madagascar island. These pancakes are often eaten for breakfast with coffee as well as these Mofo gasy are the most popular street food. Mofo gasy is prepared with sweetened rice flour batter which is yeasted and cooked in greased circular moulds which ressembles quite like our own South Indian Appe pan. This bread is also called as Mokary as this mofo is made with coconut milk. This cakes/bread are dangerously addictive and quite filling as well. Prefect to munch while they were hot, one cant just stop with one and will definitely keep on munching these cuties as they tastes absolutely tremendous while they were hot.

Madagascar Yeasted Pancakes
Though this bread can be prepared either with a combination of both rice and all purpose flour, i opted for a gluten free version. Yes my mofo gasy is completely prepared with rice flour, coconut milk, yeast,sugar and with an egg. Obviously these Mofo gasy are called as Mokary since coconut milk is used. Trust me adding coconut milk makes this tiny cakes more flavourful. This dish is quite easy to make, the only time consuming is for waiting the batter to rise else these cakes are cooked faster than the usual pancakes. Serve them warm with coffee, juice or fresh fruit salads or simply with honey you just cant stop eating them. A prefect weekend brunch dish to give a try definitely. Am running this week's blogging marathon with Global Cuisine, hence Mofo Gasy from Madagascar.

Mokary, Madagascar Mofo Gasy

Recipe Source: Here
2cups Rice flour
2tbsp Rice flour
1/4tsp Instant yeast
2tbsp Sugar
1cup Coconut Milk
I Egg
Oil

Take a cup of water in a pan, add the two tablespoon of rice flour, bring boil and cook until they turns as a thick paste, put off the stove.

Let the rice paste gets cool completely.

Now take the rice flour, cooked rice paste, instant yeast in a bowl. Add the slightly warmed coconut milk and mix everything with your hand until it turns semi thick batter.

Transfer this batter a box and keep it in warm place for 3-6 hours.

Gluten Free Mofo Gasy, Mokary

Once the batter starts bubbling well after 3or 6 hours, mix the batter well.

Beat the egg, sugar together and add this mixture to the batter, mix well.

Now heat the appe pan, drop enough oil, once its hot, pour a tablespoon of the batter, cook in medium flame , flip and cook on both sides under mofo gasy gets well browned.

Serve hot with coffee, tea or honey.

Mofo gasy, Mokary

6 comments:

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Couldn't believe you made this with rice flour. It has nicely puffed up and looks soft and spongy.

Code2cook said... Reply To This Comment

they look divine. Thank GOD you got this recipe and we came to know. as they came out dangerously good looking with their tempted look n texture. Bookmarking as my son will love these in his tiffin box.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

These look so cute and what a perfect gluten free treat this is. I can eat it anytime of the day. Wonderful recipe Priya!

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

OMG! Appe with yeast and rice flour? Fantastic share, Priya. I am sure egg can be replaced with yogurt in here.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! These tiny breads with rice flour sounds so delicious Priya. This would be a perfect after school snack for kiddos.

Sandhiya said... Reply To This Comment

Wow, that looks awesome. I made them once for BM and we enjoyed tham a lot. Such a addictive dish for sure !!!