Cooking with Daybreak: Ryan Coyle shares recipe

Members of the abc27 news team are sharing their favorite holiday recipes on Daybreak.

On Tuesday, Ryan Coyle was in the kitchen making ,”Not your Mama’s Pancake”

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Not Your Mama’s Pancakes

Ingredients:

7 ounces Savoy cabbage chopped

2/3 cup flour

2 scallions (green & white) diced

2 tsp. toasted sesame seeds

6 slices thick-cut bacon

2 large eggs

¼ cup mayo

2 tbsp. sriracha sauce

salt & pepper

Instructions:

Get things started by laying 3 strips of bacon on large pan over medium heat side-by-side.

Add chopped cabbage to a bowl along with 1 tsp. salt. Mash the salt into the cabbage with a spoon and let sit for 10 minutes.

Whisk flour, eggs and 2/3 cup water in bowl. Add cabbage and scallion whites to combine.

Flip bacon after 5 minutes, keeping them side-by-side. Pour half the batter over top of bacon to cover, as if pouring a pancake.

Combine mayo and sriracha sauce. Set aside.

Cook pancake another 5 minutes to allow it to set, then flip again to brown the remaining side. Cook a few more minutes until golden brown and cooked through.

Repeat with the other three 3 strips bacon, and remaining batter. If you’re really daring, cook them in two pans, at the same time.

Slide onto plate and drizzle with sriracha mayo. Top with scallion greens. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and toasted sesame seeds.

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