February 21, 2012 - 09:38 GMT hellomagazine.com A classic Vietnamese dish with light as a feather crispy coconut pancakes GALLERY Ingredients (Serves 3-4) Pancake batter 124g rice flour 1 tablespoon flavourless oil or melted butter ¼ teaspoon turmeric ¼ teaspoon salt 175ml water 88ml coconut milk Filling 250g cooked chicken or pork, cut into slices 150g raw shelled prawns 1 onion, sliced 1 large or 3 small spring onions, finely sliced on diagonal 100g beansprouts 1 teaspoon flavourless oil Nuoc Cham dipping sauce 2 tablespoons sugar 4 tablespoons water Juice of 1 lime, to taste 2 tablespoons fish sauce 2 bird’s eye chillies, finely sliced 1 clove of garlic, chopped (optional) 1 butterhead lettuce Bunch of mint leaves Bunch of coriander leaves Flavourless oil such as groundnut, for frying Method 1. Whisk the batter ingredients together 2. Heat a frying or crepe pan (or a wok) to a high temperature and pour in a tablespoon of oil. When this is hot, ladle in enough of your batter to just cover the base of the pan 3. After a few minutes, scatter the meat, onion, spring onion, the prawns and the beansprouts over half the pancake. Fold half the pancake over, pour another teaspoon or so of oil around the edge of the pancake and cover with an upturned metal bowl or a lid and cook for about 3-4 minutes, until the ingredients start to soften and the underneath of the crepe has started to turn golden and darker brown in spots 4. While the pancake is cooking, mix together all the ingredients for the Nuoc Cham dipping sauce and whisk till the sugar dissolves. Tear the leaves from the lettuce leaving them as large as possible. 5. Drain the pancake on some kitchen paper and pop onto a plate; to eat, tear pieces of it off and wrap up in the lettuce leaves with some of the fresh herbs. Dip into the nuoc cham and enjoy.