GIANT INSTANT POT PANCAKE


Giant, Japanese-style rice cooker pancakes made in the instant pot instead. This enormous pancake is big enough to feed several people. It takes less than 5 minutes to prepare and the instant pot does the rest of the work.



If you recall, I shared a recipe for giant rice cooker pancakes last year. It’s a favorite in our house and so for Easter brunch, I decided to make it again, but to try them in an instant pot instead.

Giant Instant Pot Pancake
PREP TIME: 5 MINUTESCOOK TIME: 45 MINUTESTOTAL TIME: 50 MINUTESCOURSE: BREAKFAST CUISINE: AMERICAN SERVINGS: 1 GIANT PANCAKE
Japanese-style rice cooker pancakes are made in an instant pot instead for an easy and fun brunch.

Ingredients:

 2 cups all purpose flour
 2 1/2 tsp baking powder
 2 tbsp granulated white sugar
 2 large eggs
 1 1/2 cups milk

Directions:

Please note, this recipe is made in the Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Pressure Cooker (6 quart version). I have not tested it with other versions of the Instant Pot. It's my understanding based on comments received that there may be issues making this recipe with certain other versions of the Instant Pot. Some models of the Instant Pot cook faster and some models produce a burn notice if you try to cook the cake in manual mode and you will have to change to rice mode (more details in instructions below).

In a large mixing bowl, whisk together eggs and milk until completely blended. Add in remaining ingredients and whisk until only very small lumps remain in the batter. When measuring out the flour make sure you measure it properly by spooning it into the measuring cup and then leveling off your cup. If you only use the measuring cup to scoop out the flour, you will over-pack your flour which will cause your batter to be too dry which can cause it to then stick to the bottom of the pot when cooking.

Thoroughly grease the interior of your instant pot with cooking oil spray (I used a canola oil spray). I recommend giving a few extra coats to the interior bottom of the pot to prevent the cake from getting stuck to the bottom. Pour in batter.

Seal lid with vent closed and program instant pot to manual mode. Set pressure to low pressure. Then set to cook for about 45 minutes. 45 minutes will produce a crispy brown top. If you want something a little less crispy, you may want to try a few less minutes. (Update: Some people have reported an issue with their Instant Pot giving an overheating error or burn notice. It appears to be happening with certain models of the Instant Pot such as the 6-in-1 bluetooth version and some of the other newer IP versions. If this happens, you can also try to set it to "rice" mode, low pressure, 45 minutes. If your IP version doesn't allow you to adjust the time in rice mode, readers have reported success using "multigrain" mode and changing to low pressure.)

Check on the cake when the Instant Pot indicates it's done cooking. Your instant pot should not have sealed because of the low pressure and lack of liquid. The cake will look quite pale when finished because this is the bottom of your cake. When you touch the cake, it should bounce back with no uncooked batter remaining on it and the cake should be pulling away from the sides. If you cake is not quite done, let it continue to cook on low pressure for a few more minutes.

Use a spatula to further loosen cake from the sides of the pan. Sometimes the cake gets a little bit stuck to the bottom, so you just need to carefully peel it away with your spatula. Very carefully, pop the cake out upside down so that the bottom is now the top. The top of the cake should be a golden brown and crispy.

Serve with your favorite pancake toppings.

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