Okonomiyaki are savory Japanese pancakes made with a batter of shredded cabbage, flour, eggs, and various ingredients like seafood, meat, or vegetables. They are often topped with okonomiyaki sauce, mayonnaise, seaweed flakes, and bonito flakes.
Blini are thin, crepe-like pancakes made from buckwheat or wheat flour. They are typically served with a variety of toppings, such as sour cream, caviar, smoked salmon, or jam.
Also known as a German pancake, a Dutch Baby is a large, puffy, and oven-baked pancake. It's made from a batter of eggs, flour, milk, and sugar and is often served with powdered sugar, fresh fruit, or syrup.
Appam is a South Indian and Sri Lankan pancake made from fermented rice batter. These lacy, bowl-shaped pancakes have a slightly tangy flavor and are often served with coconut milk or a variety of savory and sweet toppings.
Arepas are flat, round pancakes made from maize (corn) dough. They can be stuffed with various fillings like cheese, meat, beans, or avocado, making them a versatile and delicious dish.
Injera is a spongy, sourdough flatbread that is often used as a pancake-like base for Ethiopian dishes. It's made from teff flour and served with various stews and toppings.
Pannukakku is a Finnish oven-baked pancake that is thick and custard-like. It's typically served with jam, berries, or powdered sugar.
Serabi are small, coconut-milk-based pancakes popular in Indonesia. They can be either sweet or savory and are often served with a drizzle of palm sugar syrup.