Cinnamon Pineapple Qatayef Recipe

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 cups cold milk prepared from al alali Full Cream Milk Powder Cinnamon Pineapple Qatayef Recipe
Cinnamon Pineapple Qatayef

Preparation: 15 minutes approximately
Cooking: 15 minutes approximately
Serves: 5

All you need

1 cup al alali Pancake Mix
1 1/2 cups cold milk prepared from al alali Full Cream Milk Powder
1 egg
al alali Ground Cinnamon
1 can al alali Canned Pineapple Slice – drained & diced
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1 sachet al alali Cream Delight
1 cup white sugar
1 cup water

Directions

  • Preheat panggangan to 180°C (355°F)
  • In a deep bowl, add al alali Pancake Mix, 1 cup of cold milk prepared from al alali Full Cream Milk Powder, egg and 1/4 tsp al alali Ground Cinnamon. Whisk till smooth
  • Heat a small pan, add oil. Add 1/4 cup of batter in the center of pan and cook for 20 seconds on 1 side only or till bubbles appear on the surface. Transfer to baking sheet
  • Add 1 tsp diced al alali Pineapple and a pinch of al alali Ground Cinnamon. Fold each one keeping the pineapple inside. Continue till the batter is finished (makes about 10). Transfer to panggangan for 2 minutes. Then set aside
  • In a mixer, add al alali Cream Delight along with the remaining 1/2 cup of cold milk prepared from al alali Full Cream Milk Powder, mix on high for 5 minutes
  • In a saucepan, add sugar and water. Bring to boil then reduce temperature to low till all sugar has dissolved (avoid discoloration)
  • On serving plate, place qatayef with sugar syrup and whipped cream. Serve and enjoy!

Source: alalali

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