Pancakes are amazing. Add some savory ingredients, and you will have a new favorite. I’m sure at least one of the savory pancake recipes below will become one of your go-to meals.
A food being described as savory means it is full of flavor and not salty or sweet. If you order something described as savory that means delicious food is on the way.
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Check out the recipes below, and you may find some ways of making pancakes you did not know would work together. There are even a few gluten-free recipes included.
Cheesy Savory Pancakes with Green Onions by Babaganosh
Pajeon – Korean Savory Pancakes by The Wonderlust Kitchen
High Protein Savory Vegan Pancake by MamaSezz
Savory Green Pancake Recipe by Simply Cecee
SAVORY Savory Pancakes With Bacon, Jalapeno and maple by SlowThe Cook Down
Greek Savory Pancakes with Onions & Herbs by Dimitra’s Dishes
Ham and Cheese Pancakes by Grace and Good Eats
Savoury Dinner Pancakes with Chilli Butter by Kitchen Sanctuary
Savory Bacon and Cheddar Pancake Bake by Sweet Savory and Steph
Savory Bacon and Cheese Dutch Baby Pancake by The Spruce Eats
Savory Pumpkin and Parmesan Pancakes by Cookist
Savory Pancakes – Gluten Free by The Korean Vegan
Savoury Cheese Pancakes by A Baking Journey
Savory German Pancake by Genabell
Spinach Feta Savory Pancakes by Joy Filled Eats
Savory Pancake with Fresh Tomatoes and Ricotta Cheese by Backyard Farms
Easy Okonomiyaki Recipe (Savory Japanese Pancakes) by A Food Lovers Kitchen
Savory Pancakes with Cheese and CaramelizedOnion by Hungry Healthy Happy
Savory Indian Pancake by My Heart Beets
Umami-Rich Chinese Chive Pancake Recipe by Tasty Little Dumpling
Savory Corn Pancakes with Chipotle Cashew Cream and Shiitake ‘Bacon’ by The New Baguette
Jill Davis, author for Life So Ever
Jill Davis grew up on army bases in the USA and Germany and has spent her adult life on the East Coast. She resides in Virginia where she gets to enjoy lots of hiking trails, kayaking, and other outdoor adventures. No recipe intimidates her and she is always up to try most foods. Her second language is sarcasm and she always looks for the good in life.