Sweet or savoury, the world’s different pancake dishes have officially been revealed!
With Pancake Day around the corner, the team at Gogo Fruit Baskets have researched Google search data to find which countries love their pancakes!
From the classic American style pancake to the traditional oriental Okonomiyaki pancake from Japan, these treats are universally enjoyed and are devoured across each continent across 32 different countries.
So whether you’re a veggie, meat-eater or just have a taste for the sweeter things in life, maybe you can be inspired and cook up something new thanks to this helpful pancake map!
See some of our favourites on the map;
1) America – American Pancakes
A classic pancake recipe, American Pancakes are traditionally topped with Maple Syrup or Blueberries and can even include savoury toppings such as bacon and sausage.
2) Australia – Australian Pikelet
A thick and sweet pancake, these are traditionally served with raspberry and/or strawberry jam as well as cream for a delicious breakfast or dessert.
3) Brazil – Panqueca de Carne Moida
An alternative pancake option, these are traditionally filled with ground beef, sour cream and grated cheese on top for a savoury but tasty Brazilian meal!
4) China – Cong You Bing or Scallion Pancakes
A great vegetarian savoury option, Cong You Bing or Scallion pancakes are traditionally made with Spring Onion and include a Soy Sauce dip to give it a tasty oriental flavour.
5) Denmark – Æbleskiver
Originally these small rounded pancakes included apple slices in the center, however that’s not common anymore. Traditionally served with warm berry jam, honey/syrup and powdered sugar, these are great for a cosy winter snack.
6) Ethiopia – Injera
Used as a plate, Injera is a sourdough pancake and is a filling and nutritional meal traditionally served with stews, vegetables and/or salads.
7) England – English Pancake
Sometimes simplicity is key. The traditional English pancake is commonly served with lemon and sugar, however other sweet toppings like Golden Syrup work well!
8) France – Crêpes
Probably one of the most iconic pancakes, you can enjoy a French Crêpe both savoury and sweet. A recent survey on Taste France said the French actually prefer melted butter on their Crêpes, topped with a sprinkling of granulated sugar.
9) India – Uttapam
Another savoury inspired dish, Uttapan is rich in flavour made with a mixture of lentils, rice, onions and herbs. Adding an extra kick, it is also traditionally served with chutney and Indian stews such as Sambar or Podi.
10) Malaysia – Apam Balik
Popular amongst roadside stalls in Malaysia, Apam Balik is commonly made with peanut granules, sugar, and sweetcorn kernels, creating a sweet and tasty snack.