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Sweet Potato Green Tea Pancake Roll

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This Sweet Potato Green Tea Pancake Roll is a beautiful, easy and healthy recipe that can be served for morning breakfast or afternoon snack. In the recipe only few ingredients are needed, you may also adjust the the amount of butter used. The texture of this sweet potato roll is very soft and tasted like  "angku kuih" with its naturally sweetness and green colour on the pancake ~ definitely a keeper! You can even chill this roll and serve as a cold snack too.



Here is the recipe adapted from 懂得吃就能保青春
Green Tea Pancake (*use 1/2 pancake recipe for 4 rolls)
 ~ the pan size is about 15 x 10 cm
120g Flour
2 tsp Green tea powder
1 tbsp Brown sugar
2 Eggs
300ml Low fat milk
2 tbsp melted butter

Potato Filling (makes 4 rolls)
350g Sweet potato (peeled)
2 tbsp Low fat milk
1 tbsp Soft butter


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Method:
  • Steam thinly sliced sweet potatoes for about 20 minutes or till soft. Mash them while hot with a fork, add low fat milk and butter, mix well, set aside.
  • First sieve flour and green powder, fold in brown sugar, then slowly add egg and milk stir well, then add 1 tbsp melted butter, mix well. Pass through a sift and rest for 10 minutes.
  • Spread little butter on frying pan at medium small heat, pour in a ladle of batter and spread evenly, let the pancake stand for about 1 minute.
  • Place pancake on the rolling mat. Add mashed potato at one side of the pancake and roll up.
  • Seal the opening with a little butter.
  • Turn the opening downward and put in the fry pan, fry slightly.
  • Cut pancake roll into pieces with a sharp knife and dust some green tea powder on it before serve.


Enjoy!


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  1. Beautiful presentation and the rolls look good too!

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  2. Beautiful pancake roll and beautiful pictures.

    I like the idea of using sweet potato as filling instead of the usual red bean paste or peanut. Very healthy snack indeed. Bookmarked. I plan to make this for my mum, I am sure Lucius will like it too (minus the green tea).

    Thanks for sharing Ann. :-)

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  3. Awesome!I never make anything from green tea powder before.I'll give his recipe a try. Thanks for sharing

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  4. This is just awesome, Ann! Thanks for sharing the recipe and the steps to produce these yummy rolls. Sharp clicks too!

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  5. am I first? I want for tea later hor. Ann, this looks pretty and yummy.

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  6. I like the step by step slides, so helpful! First time I am seeing this kind of pancake rolls, looks delicious too!

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  7. Very pretty! I think my parents will like this.  thanks for sharing this simple and healthy desert Ann.

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  8. this is a lovely roll...the colors look so refreshing and make me feel like to have a bite...

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  9. You presented it beautifully... and I can imagine the softness of this snack :D

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  10. 好棒喔,我喜欢你的步骤图
    感谢你的分享:)

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  11. the recipe is very particular and good.j love these photos

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  12. Beautiful rolls and love your presentation! May I know the brand of the green tea powder you are using? Thanks!

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  13. @Angel @ Cook.Bake.Love
    Angel ~ yes better to minus the green tea powder especially for little ones.

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  14. @yummylittlecooks
    Yummylittlecooks ~ Then you must try some. As you can tell I've a lot of recipes using green tea powder :D

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  15. @Yummy Bakes
    Chris, no no no...you're number 6 :D
    Already finished in two days.

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  16. @Ah Tze
    Hi Tze, I'm using best green tea powder is from Sunlik. I like the colour and it is very fragrant.

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  17. Thanks Jeannie, I saw this recipe from a book. Worth trying.

    You're welcome BeeBee :)

    Sherleen, 等下次你来,我请你吃 :)

    Thank you Tata. I'm very much inspired by you :)

    小鲸,谢谢你 :)

    Thank you Lucy :) I love your site too!

    Jane, 有空的话,就试试看 :)

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  18. An award for u. Pls check out fr my recent post. TQ

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  19. I might try making these. They look so good!

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  20. never seen anything like this..sounds like a kuih, very interesting and very pretty too. thank you for introducing this to us!

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  21. You are so hardworking, always seeing you posting new dishes! And again, you have made another healthy dish!High in fibre & antioxidant! Yeah!

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  22. innovative n tempting recipe..
    have a nice day.
    Tasty Appetite

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  23. Anncoo, these pancake rolls are so pretty and I love the flavor of green tea and sweet potato all tied up together. Beautiful pictures, as always.
    Hope you are having a fantastic week :-)

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  24. This recipe looks so good...You have made it perfect...Will surely try soon...Thanks for the recipe...

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  25. Substantial rolls with the sweet potato fillings :)

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  26. Hi Anncoo! first time , I knew your blog. It's very interesting and your picture is beautiful . Please ,let me to add your blog on to my blog. I'm learning English at PCC . I'm tring to write in English. I can follow your blog when I have a space time . Thanks for your share everything. Have a great day .

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  27. This really looks very delicious. I really love your slide show. Makes every step so easy to follow. Would you consider doing a kitchen dance and put it on slide?....hehe. I would watch it over and over again :D

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  28. I've never heard of a pancake roll before. This is intriguing. thanks!

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  29. Nice combination of colors and flavors -- I'd love to start the day with these!

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  30. Ann, I enjoyed the slide show! The pancake cake rolls are unique. I would never have thought of combining sweet potato and green tea. Interesting combo. I like thst it can be served a cold dessert.

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  31. Wow! That. looks. SO good. And creative.

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  32. oh myy this looks so delicious, simple and healthy!!! :) I just bought a bulk batch of matcha powder... I may have to try this dish!

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  33. I have to find that green tea powder..your dish look amazing! I am so impressed by all your dishes!!! Wonderful photos too!

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  34. What a delicious looking pancake roll! And so healthy too! I love sweet potato, so this is definitely for me!

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  35. Ann, I like these pictures very much, look awesome and beautiful..can make it as magazine's cover! This pancake sound amazing good. By the way, let me know if you need more BKT. I will ask my husband to bring you some if he happen go to SG.

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  36. so creative, that looks delicious!

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  37. Hi Anncoo, I'm hosting a "house warming party" at my blog today, pls feel free to drop by at anytime.Made soy bean curd, wanna try?I think eating it with your sweet potato green tea pancake will be a good combination!Or is there anymore left?

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  38. @Jessie@小紅紅與大藍藍的小天地
    Jessie, Thank you for your invitation. I already brought my goodies to your house warming party. Love your 豆腐花 :))

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  39. @Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover)
    Thank you very much Sonia. I still got few packets of the BKT. Will definitely inform you when I need more. :)

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  40. Those look so pretty and they also seem healthy :D

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  41. @PTrann's
    Hi PTrann's, Thank you for adding my blog but I can't get into your blog.

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  42. This looks sensational! It's totally a keeper. Yum!

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  43. Thank you Jane for passing the award. Love it!

    Murasaki, Thanks, have a try!

    Lena, yes taste like kuih too :D

    Thanks Jay.

    Thank you Juliana.

    Thanks Aarthi. Your marble chocolate cookies look perfect too :)

    Tigerfish, TKQ!

    Mary, hehee...let's do it together. I sing and you dance :DD

    Thank you Ann :)

    Thank you very much Xiaolu. I've learned a lot from you :)

    Yes Quay Po, hope you'll try this one day.

    Thank you William for visiting and your nice comment.

    Jess, WOW! you bought so much matcha powder! Better keep it in the fridge.

    Thank you so much Sandra for your compliment.

    Joyce, this is really healthy and yummy. Have a try.

    Thank you Shu Han and Andreea :)

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  44. Ann these green tea panqueke look amazing!! gloria
    Georgeous pictures! gloria

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  45. Ann, these pancakes look gorgeous! I'm sure they are delicious too YUM!

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  46. Never had pancakes like this...they are so different and delicious! Lovely shots too.

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  47. Looks really enticing, I love green tea, should give it a try!^^

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  48. Hi Ann...this is actually what I am promoting now. wow I love this recipe.

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  49. Exquisito pancake me encanta,luce espectacular,abrazos cordiales.

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  50. how intruiguing and unusual !

    I've never seen anything like it.

    Love looking at your blog - you always have so many quirky ideas I've never seen before :-)

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  51. Ohhhh my! Green tea pancake and sweet potato! Both are my favorite "sweets" ingredient... not only yummy taste but also these photos are amazing! I like your slide show too. Very easy to follow. Wonderful dessert (or breakfast haha)!

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  52. 没想到绿茶可以拿来做 pancake 咧

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  53. 好一阵子没来你家,一进门,迎接我的是这道特别的pancake^^

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  54. Oh my.. you have many great recipe, including this one.. Like it so much.. You did great job here dear..

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  55. Thank you Jen. Hope you have a wonderful weekend :)

    Angie, thank you for your compliment. I'm still in the learning stage. :)

    Alice, try this if you have green tea powder at home.

    Thanks Raquel for the shout out. Really appreciate it!

    Thanks Rosita.

    Thanks Sarah. I'm planning to use your mould soon.

    Nami, thank you. Thank you for posting the sesame sauce. I've learned something new today :)

    Esther, 真的不错,不喜欢緑茶,就不要加好了。

    Bernice, 哪就多拿几块吧 :DD

    Thanks Citra :)

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  56. What a great idea to add sweet potato fillings in pancakes! This is so beautiful and looks so yummy! ;)

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  57. hum deve ter ficado uma delicia, depois da uma passadinha la no meu blog!
    http://prepararprovarpostar.blogspot.com/

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  58. This looks absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing my friend! Have a nice Sunday!
    Cheers

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  59. I can't believe it took me this long to get here to comment on this! What a delightful treat this is. So interesting and fun to look at too.

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  60. Hi Anncoo, guess what, yesterday I went shopping with my family and suddenly I saw this small square flat frypan(may be it's abt 15cm x 15cm or smaller) displayed just at the front door of a cookware shop, I just thought of this superb dish immediately. I wished that I had more time so I could go inside the shop and looked for a bigger size one hahaha, next time, there is always next time.

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  61. Thank you Lyn :)

    Thank you Caio for your compliment. I love your omelett with extra herbs in it. Sounds so delicious :)

    Thanks Mamatkamal. Hope you have a great week ahead :D

    Hi Lyndsey, Is OK, everyone is so busy nowadays :)

    Jessie, The size of my pan is only 15 x 10cm, a mini one that I bought at Daiso for $2 only. No need to get a bigger size, as you don't use the pan everyday :D

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  62. Awesome rolls, you made them look really great! And I like your slide show, providing much flexibility in viewing.

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  63. What a delicious creation from Ann. The pancake looks truly inviting & refreshing. thanks for sharing.
    Kristy

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  64. Ann, your pix makes me drool! I can see that u're getting more & more popular :) Well done!

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  65. TasteHongKong, Thank you very much for your compliment. I love your taro recipe too. Looks so easy to make.

    Thanks Kristy :) How're you?

    Shirley, Thank you very much for your sweet words. You're also very popular :D I'm still thinking when you can carry that Angry Bird home :D

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  66. Love these sweet potato rolls, Ann! They sound very delicious and your photos are spectacular as always. The slide show was such a great idea. Can't believe how little ingredients were involved. Thank you for sharing your lovely recipe.

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