Pancakes are the simplest dish that can be prepared, they are served with stew, salad, protein or eaten solo. They are offered tasty and simple to prepare. They perfectly match with autumn as well as winter dishes.
Butternut squash pies are rich in beta carotene. Beta carotene is a precursor to vitamin A; As we know, vitamin A is especially important during the autumn-winter season, neutralizes free radicals, has anti-inflammatory effects and strengthens the immune system. Heat treatment of pumpkin increases the presence of beta carotene, while the presence of fat guarantees us a better assimilation of this nutrient.
In addition, 100 grams of butternut squash contains 2 grams of fiber. Fiber perfectly saturates and helps regulate cholesterol and blood sugar. This orange fruit is also a considerable treasury of potassium that regulates blood pressure, as well as a plant source of calcium that strengthens bones.
Pancakes go well with smoked salmon which contains anti-inflammatory omega 3 fatty acids.
2 cups of grated butternut squash
1 cup oatmeal
½ small or medium onion (grate)
Salt and pepper
- Add grated pumpkin, onion, oatmeal, eggs, salt and pepper to the bowl - mix
- Fry pancakes in a preheated pan with a small amount of oil or bake in ovens
- We serve with smoked salmon (you can also make yogurt and dill sauce)