Pancakes June 5, 2008Posted by Giselle in My Recipes.
Tags: breakfast, classic, cooking, food, honey, mixture, pancakes, recipe, simple, toppings, variety
Who’ there who does not like pancakes… Its a classic breakfast recipe followed by almost every country in the world.. but known by different names..
Flour – 250g
Eggs – 4
Milk – 1/2 litre
Butter – 50g
A pinch of salt.
Make the batter a few hours before you need it so as to give the mixture time to settle.
Sieve flour and add salt. Mix and make a well in the middle. Add eggs. Pour milk little by little and whisk until you get asmooth mixture. Gently melt the butter and add it to the mixture.
Get the frying pan very hot before you begin making the pancakes.. Melt a small piece of butter and take the required amount of the batter ..almost half a ladle and spread it over the surface of the pan. Fry for about 3min and turn it halfway..
If it comes out too dry, add a little butter or milk to the mixture and try again. In case it is too moist/oily, sieve in more flour and get rid of lumps by whisking it..
You can have it with a topping of your choice. .such as sugar, syrup, honey, jam, or even lemon juice!