Home-Made Savoury Crispy Pancakes with Thermomix

Home-Made Savoury Crispy Pancakes with Thermomix 
Today I'm giving you the recipe for Savoury Crispy Pancakes with Thermomix!

Thanks to my irreplaceable Thermomix the procedure is very simple and fast enough, and the result is excellent! As "guinea pigs" the first time I chose some of my friends, who gladly lent themselves to the experiment ... after killing two each, they said that my sofficini had nothing to do with the packaged ones. A real satisfaction! :-)

They are also very good to do in the oven. Indeed, according to some, they are even better baked than fried: they are certainly lighter! My grandchildren, who hardly ever taste anything at the table, asked me again the other night, so much so that now every time I make them I freeze someone in the fridge :-)

Other appetising deep-fried food are the Deep Fried Round Zucchini in Batter, the Deep-Fried Stuffed Zucchini Flowers in Batter, the very good Salmon and Potato Croquettes or the traditional Gnocco Fritto from Emilia Romagna.


for 17 Crispy Pancakes

For the stuffing
- 20 g unsalted butter
- 20 g corn starch
- 250 g whole milk
- Salt to taste
- Nutmeg to taste
- 100 g cooked ham
- 100 g caciotta

For the dough
- 250 g whole milk
- 20 g unsaled butter
- A tsp salt
- 250 g plain flour

For the breading
- 2 medium eggs
- Breadcrumbs to taste

Let's cook

Prepare the filling.

Put 20 g unsaled butter in the mixing bowl and melt 2 Min. 100C Speed 1.

Add 20 g corn starch and mix 3 Min. 100C Speed 1.

Add 250 g whole milk, salt to taste, nutmeg to taste and cook 5 Min. 90C Speed 4. Set aside.

Without washing the mixing bowl, add 100 g cooked ham and 100 g caciotta and mince 5 Sec. Speed 6.

Add the béchamel put aside and mix 2 Sec. Speed3. Set aside

Prepare the dough.

Clean the mixing bowl only with the spatula, there is no need to wash it.

Put 250 g whole milk, 20 g unsalted butter, a tsp of salt in the mixing bowl and heat 4 Min. 100C Speed 1.

Add 250 g plain flour and work 10 Sec. Speed 6.

Every now and then work the dough at Speed 6. Until the temperature drops to 40C.

Then knead 1 Min. Dough Mode.

Put the dough on a work surface and roll it out to a height of 2-3 mm.

With a 10 cm diameter pastry cutter, cut many discs of dough.

Inside each disc, place a spoonful of the stuffing you have set aside.

Fold it in half like a book and seal the ends with fingertips.

Pass each puff first in the beaten egg, then in the breadcrumbs.

Bake in the oven for 15-20 Min. At 180C.


For this recipe I opted for a classic filling, with ham and cheese. But since the filling is homemade, you can indulge yourself in filling the sofficini as you like. ;-)
As an alternative to the oven, you can cook the sofficini in a pan.

You can freeze the sofficini before cooking them. First you spread them on a sheet of parchment paper on a plate, spaced and freeze them. Then, once they are frozen, you can put them in a plastic bag. This way they don't stick. You can then put them directly in the frozen oven.br />

Translated from the Sofficini: Ricetta Bimby
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