Often referred to as a Japanese savory pancake, Okonomiyaki typically contains shredded cabbage, meat or seafood, and is topped with okonomiyaki sauce and mayonnaise.
Also known as a German pancake, this oven-baked delight is a large, puffy pancake often sprinkled with powdered sugar and served with fruit or syrup.
A traditional Ethiopian flatbread, Injera is made from fermented teff flour batter. It's slightly sour in taste and serves as both a pancake and a utensil for scooping up stews.
These Danish spherical pancakes are similar to doughnut holes. Traditionally filled with apples, they are often enjoyed during the Christmas season.
A popular Korean street food, Hotteok are sweet pancakes filled with a mixture of brown sugar, honey, chopped peanuts, and cinnamon. They are often enjoyed in winter.
Also known as "Martabak Manis" in Indonesia, Apam Balik is a sweet pancake filled with a mixture of crushed peanuts, sugar, condensed milk, and chocolate.
These mini Dutch pancakes are light and fluffy. They are typically served with powdered sugar and butter, making them a delicious treat.
Similar to crepes, Blintzes are thin pancakes filled with a variety of sweet or savory fillings, such as cheese, fruit, or meat. They are often pan-fried or baked.