Sweet Potato-Chive Pancakes with Dried Plum-Pear Ketchup

Bursting with taste, texture, and shade, these gluten-free pancakes (or latkes) are certain to please prospects of all ages. They are often saved heat in a low oven and even reheated. Dried plums (a.ok.a. prunes), simmered till gentle, impart a deep fruity style to this condiment.

See different associated recipes in New Fruity, Savory, and Spicy Ketchups—No Tomatoes Added

Yield: 6 pancakes; three cups of ketchup
Prep time: 20 minutes for pancakes; 1 hour 15 minutes for ketchup
Shelf life: pancakes finest utilized in 1 day; ketchup lasts for three months below refrigeration

Elements

Pear-Dried Plum Ketchup
1 pound peeled, cored, and roughly chopped ripe Bartlett or Anjou pears
9 ounces pitted dried plums
1½ ounces (1/three cup) dried tart cherries
½ ounce candied ginger
1½ cups water, plus addition half of cup, as wanted
6 ounces sugar
10 cloves
1 stick cinnamon
½ teaspoon floor coriander
½ teaspoon salt
⅛ teaspoon floor white pepper
2 tablespoons pomegranate molasses

Candy Potato-Chive Pancakes 
Four ounces bitter cream
¼ teaspoon floor cardamom

Pancakes:
eight ounces coarsely shredded yams or candy potatoes
zero.2 ounces snipped chives + chives to garnish
1 massive egg, crushed
2 tablespoons coarse or medium-grind cornmeal
½ teaspoon salt
Coconut oil, for frying

Technique

Pear-Dried Plum Ketchup

  1. In a big, non-reactive pot, mix the pears, dried plums, cherries, ginger, and water. Cowl and convey to boiling over medium-high warmth. Cut back the warmth and simmer till the fruit is gentle, about 20 minutes. Mash the fruit with again of picket spoon. 
  2. Uncover, stir within the sugar, cloves, cinnamon, pomegranate molasses, coriander, salt, and pepper; simmer till very thick, 10 to 20 minutes, stirring typically. Take out the cinnamon and reserve. 
  3. Take away the pan from the warmth and move the combination via a meals mill or strainer right into a mixing bowl, or purée in a blender till easy. Stir in extra water, if wanted. Let cool. Pour the ketchup into clear jars, add the 1 cinnamon stick, cowl, and refrigerate. 

Candy Potato-Chive Pancakes 

  1. In a small bowl, mix the bitter cream with the cardamom; put aside
  2. In one other bowl, mix the yams and chives. Add the egg, cornmeal, and salt and toss to mix. 
  3. In a big cast-iron or different heavy skillet, add sufficient coconut oil to measure 1/Four-inch deep. Warmth over medium warmth till scorching. For every pancake, scoop up 1/Four-cup of the combination and place within the skillet. Cut back warmth to medium-low, gently flatten with a spatula to 1/2-inch thick, and proceed cooking till golden brown on the primary aspect, about 5 minutes. Flip and prepare dinner the second aspect for a similar time till browned. 
  4. Take away from warmth, add a dollop of coriander bitter cream and a small spoonful of Plum-Pear Ketchup, garnish with chives, and serve.

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