Get ready for this Big Hunk O' love...
You might even say I'm all shook up...
... and when you've lost that loving feeling...
... just put on your Blue Suede shoes, grab the king of all sandwiches and Oh Happy Day!
Ok, I'll give it a rest but honestly, this sandwich is good.
Anyway, instead of all the colourful red, blue and white berry based dishes to celebrate today I decided to deviate a little and take a little inspiration from the King of rock and roll.
So here's my take on the Elvis sandwich;
I was mid-way through making this sandwich before realising I didn't have any fresh banana so instead I used banana chips. Also the strawberry jam is completely optional, I just fancied adding it, so you can easily omit without missing out on great flavour!
Pancake bread (makes about 4 fairly large pancakes);
25g coconut flour
3 whole eggs
1 tablespoon butter
1/4 teaspoon bicarbonate soda
Pinch of sea salt (I always use sea salt but a small pinch of regular salt would be fine)
Pinch of white pepper
2 bacon rashers
1/2 banana (or a small handful of banana chips)
Strawberry jam (The jam is optional. I use St. Dalfour)
First make the pancake bread;
- Mix the eggs, coconut flour, salt, butter, bicarbonate soda and white pepper in a bowl until a smooth consistency is reached.
- Add the water to the bowl and mix until smooth.
- Heat a frying pan on medium heat and add a blob of butter to the pan to fry the pancakes in.
- Once all the ingredients are mixed together, add about 3 large tablespoons of the batter at a time to the frying pan and spread out in a circular shape.
- Fry until the pancake has cooked on one side and then flip the pancake over to cook on the other side.
- Once golden brown on both sides, place the pancakes on a plate to one side.
- Once the pancakes have cooled, spread a layer of peanut butter on on of the pancakes.
- Add the chopped banana or banana chips and layer on top of the peanut butter layer.
- Fry the rashers of bacon in a frying pan and, once crispy, layer on top of the banana.
- Add a thin layer of strawberry jam over the top of the bacon (if desired).
- Place a second pancake on top.
- Next, toast the sandwich, either by using a sandwich press, or, if like me, you managed to break your sandwich press, add the sandwich to a frying pan on medium to high heat and press down on the sandwich.
- After a minute or two, turn the sandwich over and press down to toast the other side.
- Once toasted, remove from the frying pan, wait till slightly cooled and go, to. town.
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