After my love affair with Mexico was cemented when I visited in 2013, the love for everything Mexican has never dwindled. So as May 5th marks Cinco de Mayo, I thought this year I would go all out and create something for the blog. For those of you that don’t know what ‘Cinco de Mayo’ is, it is Spanish for ‘Fifth of May’ and is marked to celebrate the victory over the French in the battle of Puebla. Basically, for all us non Mexican folk, it’s a day to embrace the country and its culture. Bright celebrations, amazing food and a beautiful array of colour.
Would you believe it if I told you that this recipe came to me in a dream? Maybe I was dreaming about pancakes, maybe I was in Mexico. Either way, I woke up and knew I had to make this combination. I think a lot of people always assume pancakes must be sweet, but savoury are just as nice for breakfast, brunch, lunch…dinner. Pancakes any time are lovely right?
This recipe would be great if you have leftovers of half of things, half an onion, half a lime etc. You can also keep the salsa and stir it in to some pasta. These pancakes are vegetarian, but you could totally add some bacon in between, prosciutto, chorizo? Basically, you could make them your own creation. I hope you love them.