Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
without fruit toppings
The fictional history of fry bread is one of drama, intrigue, and exciting twists. In the year 1480, royal prince king Joseph decreed that all ovens be given to the royal bakery so that his royal bakers could bake more bread than any other bakery in the world. Soon after royal prince king joseph had taken all the ovens, his bakery set the world record. However, Francisco Hasseldorf, a peasant baker who had lost his oven to the king was disgruntled. Every day he would boil a pot of oil in hopes that the king would walk under his window so he could throw it on him. That never happened, but he did discover, by pure chance, that he could make bread in the boiling oil. Within a matter of weeks, Fransisco began making more bread than the kings bakery and he became the world record holder and still is until this day. So what are you waiting for? Show your defiance to prince king Joseph and make some fry bread!
|1 Tbsp BBF* Organic Agave||
199 in stock
|1 1/4 Cup warm water|
|1 envelope dry yeast|
|2 Tbsp BBF* Virgin Organic Coconut Oil||
|3 1/4 Cups whole wheat pastry flour|
|1 tsp sea salt|
|1/4 Cup BBF* Virgin Organic Coconut Oil||
|Pinch of cinnamon sugar|
1. Combine warm water, BBF* Organic Agave and yeast.
2. Stir until dissolved.
3. Let stand in warm place until a thin layer of foam covers the surface (about 5 minutes). If the mixture is clumpy or clear, throw away and start over with a new package of yeast.
4. In a mixer or food processor, combine flour, salt, 2 Tbsp BBF* Virgin Organic Coconut Oil and water/yeast mixture.
5. Blend until dough forms a ball. Divide ball into 4 equal balls. Take each ball and work into a flat shape.
6. In a frying pan, heat 1/4 cup of BBF* Virgin Organic Coconut Oil on low heat. When the oil is hot, place flat dough in the oil and let cook until the bottom is golden brown.
7. Flip the dough and cook the other side thoroughly.
Do not use high heat as the dough will not cook through to the middle.