How to Make a Delicious Sesame Paste Sugar Pancake for Breakfast?

Q: Can I use any type of flour for the Sesame Paste Sugar Pancake?
A: It’s best to use all-purpose flour for this recipe for optimal texture.

Q: Is it necessary to let the dough rest overnight?
A: Letting the dough rest overnight improves its texture, but if you’re short on time, a minimum of half an hour will suffice.

Q: Can I substitute something else for red sugar?
A: Yes, you can use brown sugar or regular granulated sugar as a substitute for red sugar.

Sesame Paste Sugar Pancake for Breakfast


  • 300 grams of flour
  • 2 tablespoons of sesame paste
  • 1 block of red sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon of dark soy sauce
  • Carrots, cabbage, and eggs for stir-fry
  • Pumpkin, millet, red dates, and peanuts for porridge
  1. Mix flour with warm water and stir with chopsticks to form a dough. Let it rest overnight (or at least half an hour).
  2. Roll the rested dough into a large, thin pancake. Spread a mixture of red sugar, sesame paste, and dark soy sauce over it, then roll it up and divide it into smaller pieces.
  3. Cook the pancake in a pan until it's light and slightly charred on both sides.
  4. Stir-fry carrots, cabbage, and eggs with salt and chicken seasoning until cooked.
  5. Blend pumpkin, millet, red dates, and peanuts into a porridge-like consistency.
  6. With the pancakes and sides, you have a nutritious breakfast ready.
  • High in carbohydrates and energy from flour and sugar.
  • Protein from eggs and peanuts.
  • Vitamins and minerals from vegetables and red dates.
  • Good source of dietary fiber from whole grains and vegetables.
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