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Texas Pancake Sandwich with Sweet Potato Fries and Sriracha Maple Syrup

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You will love the best maple syrup of all times and ground cheese nachos in the pancake batter!

A Texas Pancake Sandwich with Egg and Ground Beef Pattie, Sweet Potato Fries and the best syrup of all times - Sriracha Flavored Maple Syrup - recipe brought to you by Pancake Stories.

Inspiration for this recipe came to our cook Kevin spent the last weeks of 2014 in Texas. One time he had sandwiches with his family, everyone had cheese nachos next to the sandwich on the plate. Similar to Newton's apple, the idea fell on his head to create a competing pancake dish! We added some ground nachos in the batter! The pancakes themselves take the role of the sandwich buns this time. We put cheese, egg, a ground beef pattie and some bacon in between. To round everything up we made some yummy sweet potato fries and mixed the best maple syrup variation of all times - sriracha maple syrup! You will lick your fingers and the plate! You will love it, even if you normally don't eat spicy stuff. Hungry yet? let's get started then!

This recipe needs some preparation: you will need to make regular pancakes for buns, the egg-pattie and a meat pattie (or buy one). There are also those glorious sweet-potato fries you will need to take care of as the very last step.

A Texas Pancake Sandwich with Egg and Ground Beef Pattie, Sweet Potato Fries and the best syrup of all times - Sriracha Flavored Maple Syrup - recipe brought to you by Pancake Stories.

For sriracha maple syrup:

Let's start with something easy: sriracha flavored maple syrup! Just mix those two together. 2 teaspoons of sriracha to 50ml maple syrup. If you are a sissy take less, if you think you are a bad ass take more. Either way, you will fall in love with this maple syrup version (just don't eat it before you even get to the pancakes).

A Texas Pancake Sandwich with Egg and Ground Beef Pattie, Sweet Potato Fries and the best syrup of all times - Sriracha Flavored Maple Syrup - recipe brought to you by Pancake Stories.

For the egg & meat patties:

We made an egg pattie with a little help of an iron ring. It's basically a scrambled egg in a sandwich friendly shape. But you can go ahead and make simple scrambled eggs or even a regular fried egg and put it on your sandwich! Put your favorite kind of meat in the sandwich - we chose a pattie made of ground beef and a couple of slices of crispy bacon.

A Texas Pancake Sandwich with Egg and Ground Beef Pattie, Sweet Potato Fries and the best syrup of all times - Sriracha Flavored Maple Syrup - recipe brought to you by Pancake Stories.

For the pancakes
30-40g shredded nacho cheese chips
210g white flour
4g baking soda
4g baking powder
pinch of salt
pepper
15g+15g sugar

4 eggs for batter
100 ml buttermilk
50g oil

2 small bowls and one big bowl

  1. Take the first small bowl. Shred the cheese nachos into pieces. Tiny little pieces. We made it finely as dust, but you can leave the pieces chunky. Now mix it in a small bowl with flour, baking soda, baking powder, some pepper, 15g of sugar and a pinch of salt.
  2. Separate the eggs and use the big bowl for whisking the egg whites with 100ml of buttermilk. Put the egg yolk in another small bowl and add the remaining 15g of sugar and 50g of oil. Mix it. Pour it in the big bowl filled with the foamy eggwhite-buttermilk-mixture. Stir.
  3. Now that we got all wet parts together, it its time to get the nacho taste into the pancakes! Grab the bowl with shredded nachos, flour & co. Carefully pour the dry ingredients into the big bowl and stir lightly with a spoon and you're done! Set the batter into the fridge for 20 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile you should preheat the pan, but you won't be using any oil, it is already in the batter. Start flipping the pancakes.
  5. Take two pancakes and put the scrambled egg, some cheese, the meat pattie, some crispy bacon and sriracha maple syrup in between. The only thing left to do now is making the fries.
A Texas Pancake Sandwich with Egg and Ground Beef Pattie, Sweet Potato Fries and the best syrup of all times - Sriracha Flavored Maple Syrup - recipe brought to you by Pancake Stories.

For the fries
1-2 sweet potatoes
fryer or a pot +oil

Preheat your deep fryer to approx. 170° C (338°F) (will also work with a regular pot filled with oil) and start to chop up your potatoes into thin fries! We skipped the peeling part - it tastes and looks much better! Add the fries into the deep fryer and have a look at them every 2-3 minutes unlit you get a nice and crispy result. Place the potatoes on a plate, put the pancake sandwich on top and enjoy the meal!

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