Healthy and Balanced Family Recipes
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9/5/2019 0 Comments
korean pancakes (jeon)
Gluten free, vegetarian, low FODMAP
Jeon are a brilliant way to encourage children to eat their vegetables! They are super easy and a good way to use up any leftover vegetables.
1 carrot, grated
1 potato, grated
1 zucchini, grated
1 capsicum, finely diced
1 red onion, finely diced (omit for low FODMAP)
1 cup flour (wheat, rice (gluten-free), wholemeal)
1/2-1 cup water
Rice bran oil
Dipping sauce: 1 tb soy or tamari (GF) and 2 tb rice vinegar
1. Squeeze out excess moisture from the zucchini and potato. Add vegetables into a large bowl.
2. Mix together water and flour, then add with egg to the vegetable mixture. You may need to add water depending on consistency.
3. Brush a pan with rice bran oil, heat well and add 1/3 cup quantities of mixture to pan. Cook approximately 2 minutes per side until golden brown.
4. Serve with dipping sauce.
Delicious sides include: smoked salmon, avocado and salad.
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Nicole is a specialist Paediatric and Family Health Dietitian and Lactation Consultant, in private practice. She provides evidence-based, sustainable nutrition and feeding advice that supports optimal health and growth, and meets a family at their unique needs. Nicole graduated from Monash University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics, and worked as a Clinical Dietitian at a large metropolitan tertiary hospital, with Melbourne’s most critically ill, for over 15 years, before a career change to infant and family feeding.
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