I can’t decide if these are pancakes or patties as there doesn’t seem enough flour in them to make them pancakes. Don’t really think it matters though as it still a great way to eat vegetables.
Our family had a great picnic in the park last Sunday and my lovely 7 year old granddaughter and I made a Savoury Luncheon Slice* to share. On the same page as that recipe is this other slice of Mum’s which is also an old family favourite. The two us will have to make it for the next picnic.
*it’s already posted if you want to try it out
Mum wrote this recipe out pretty roughly on a piece of paper from an exercise book. She used to make it fairly often either to take on picnics or for casual Sunday night teas. I can even visualize the baking tray she made it in – the family loved it.
CHEESE & BACON SLICE
- White Wings flaky pastry (or any bought puff pastry) or home made pastry
- 1 medium sized apple, grated
- 1 medium potato, grated
- 1 medium onion, grated
- Green pepper, finely chopped
- 30g butter, softened
- 1 cup grated cheese
- 2 rashes of bacon
- 2 eggs, beaten
- ½ cup milk
Line a lamington style baking tray, approx 30cm x 20.5cm x 3cm with the pastry. Combine the apple, potato, onion and green pepper in a bowl. Add the butter, cheese, bacon, eggs and milk and mix together. Bake for 3/4 of an hour at 200oC.