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Monday, June 3, 2024

Gluten Free Green Onion Pancakes With Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash

Gluten-free green onion pancakes offer a delightful twist on a classic Oriental dish, making it great for those who avoid wheat. Fill these gluten-free pancakes with a delicious Thai peanut spaghetti squash and you will have a delicious treat.

These gluten-free green onion pancakes are a wheat-free version of Chinese Scallion Pancakes and are delicious by themselves. I decided to fill them with a mixture of cooked spaghetti squash that is perfectly blended with a savory Thai peanut butter sauce and the result is amazing!

 A couple of weeks ago, I was blessed with an insane amount of spaghetti squash, the leftovers from my church food pantry. So I have been creating many different recipes for spaghetti squash. Spaghetti squash is a delicious low-carb substitute for pasta and many people like to serve it with tomato sauce. This gluten-free squash also tastes amazing with peanut butter. So I made a batch of peanut butter spaghetti squash.

Inspired by a recipe on a vegan gluten-free flour package

While looking at the back of a package of Mightylicious Vegan All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour, I noticed a recipe for the best gluten-free pancakes and I had to make them. While the gluten-free pancake recipe was a simple pancake recipe, I decided to make it into a savory pancake and added some fresh green onion from my garden. They were delicious! 

These green onion gluten-free pancakes reminded me of Chinese scallion pancakes and I decided to fill them with my peanut butter spaghetti squash. The result was so good and I just had to share this recipe with others who are looking for allergy-friendly recipes that use spaghetti squash.

Gluten-Free Green Onion Pancakes With Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash is

~ Gluten-Free

~ Dairy-Free

~ Wheat-Free

~ Vegan

~ Delicious

~ Healthy

~ Allergy-Friendly, except for peanuts

Check out this Dairy-Free Vegan Chocolate Protein Pancakes Recipe

A wonderful vegan gluten-free flour blend from Mightylicious

 You may know the name Mightylicious from their delicious gluten-free cookies. This gluten-free cookie brand decided to sell its gluten-free flour blend so folks can use it in their favorite gluten-free recipes, like pancakes. You will like that this wheat-free flour is also vegan and soy-free.

Three recipes equal one delicious recipe

This is a three-in-one recipe, so I will include the ingredients that are needed for each recipe. That will make it easy to shop for the gluten-free ingredients. 

Ingredients Needed

 1. Gluten-Free Green Onion Pancakes

    ~ Mightylicious Gluten-Free Flour

   ~ Coconut Oil

    ~ Baking Powder

   ~ Green Onion

   ~ Salt

 2. Thai Peanut Sauce ~ Get the recipe

   ~ Creamy Peanut Butter

   ~ Gluten-Free Soy Sauce

   ~ Rice Vinegar

   ~ Maple Syrup

   ~ Garlic

   ~ Crushed Red Pepper

3. Spaghetti Squash ~ Get the recipe

   ~ Spaghetti Squash

Steps to make Gluten-Free Green Onion Pancakes With Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash

~ Cook the spaghetti squash in the pressure cooker

~ Make the Thai Peanut Sauce

~ Mix the peanut sauce into the spaghetti squash

~ Make the Gluten Free Green Onion Pancakes

~ Create the savory pancake recipe

Tips For Storing Leftovers

+ Since you will be using only a couple of spoonfuls of the Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash per pancake, there will be leftovers of the spaghetti squash. Store the leftover spaghetti squash in the fridge for up to a week. 

+ The gluten-free green onion pancake recipe makes four pancakes and they will keep in the fridge for several days. If you need more pancakes, this recipe can be doubled. 

+ Gluten Free Green Onion Pancakes With Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash can also last several days in the fridge. 

+ I don't recommend freezing any of the leftovers.

Grab the recipes 

Spaghetti Squash in the Pressure Cooker

Thai Peanut Sauce

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AiringMyLaundry said...

I would certainly give this a try to see if I liked it. I once tried spaghetti squash and wasn't impressed, but this version looks better.

Kathy said...

These actually look really amazing. I'm going to have to give them a try. I love to try out new foods, and this sounds great.

melissa cushing said...

I would so try this recipe as I love all of the flavors you put together. Looks so yummy and I do love spaghetti squash!

Melanie Edjourian said...

This sounds like such a lovely recipe. It sounds like this dish would be full of flavour.

Lori Bosworth said...

I also follow a gluten free diet so this recipe appeals to me, plus I like all kinds of squash!

LisaLisa said...

My daughter would try this she’s always looking for more gluten free recipes

Laura JL Books said...

This really look good, I would try it. Since I had never made spaghetti squash before. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us.

Lavanda Michelle said...

My family absolutely loved the twist on the classic scallion pancakes, and the Thai peanut spaghetti squash filling was a delicious surprise.

Clarice said...

Happy to stumble upon your post. I was advised to switch to a gluten-free diet and would love to try this. Thank you for sharing the recipe. It's awesome that it can last several days in the fridge.

Hannah Bures said...

This is such a win for my family!! This meal is all gone by the time my family is finished eating. Such a great recipe.

Marysa said...

What an interesting dish. This sounds so tasty! We make a lot of scallion pancakes and it is nice to try something similar.

Ckrusch said...

These gluten-free green onion pancakes look so good! I can't wait to try them! I've been looking for gluten free recipes due to my diet.
Claudia Krusch

Unknown said...

I have never tried adding green onions into my pancake. I may have to try that. Looks good! -LYNNDEE

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