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Yakutia Inspired Cassava Sourdough Pancakes

Joel Radley Functional Nutrition

Joel Radley

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Yakutia inspired cassava sourdough pancakes with ricotta and strawberry jam

Joel Radley
Sourdough cassava pancakes
All nomadic tribes preserved fruits such as berries when picked for the colder months. Sugar naturally preserves fruits
Cook Time 10 minutes
Cuisine Healthy Snacks, healthy sweet treats, Russian, Yakutian
Servings 2


  • 1 cup cassava flour (roughly)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tbsp water
  • sourdough starter (can do without)
  • collagen powder or gelatin (optional)


  • Leave over night unless you don't use starter then you can use straight away.
  • Pan fry in butter.
  • Serve with ricotta or cream and strawberry jam.


This is eaten by the Yakutia people in winter to maintain body temperatures and aid metabolism in the mornings where it can be up to -40 degrees. What a delicious breakfast dont you think? The protein from the eggs, milk and collagen balance the starchy carbohydrate of the flour in terms of insulin spike. The fat from the ricotta or cream balances the insulin spike of the jam very nicely. Indeed have you tried it before? 

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