Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Pancakes

Fathers Day in our house is usually celebrated with Pancakes for breakfast.  I have been on the lookout for a good pancake recipe since I lost my one that had been my all time favourite (long story don't ask lol).  Anyway I think I may have found one that comes close, its not quite there but it is about the closest I have found so far.




PANCAKES

360 grams Self Raising Flour
Pinch of Salt
90 grams Caster Sugar
3 Eggs
450mls Milk
Sift the Flour, Salt and Sugar together.


Whisk the Milk and Eggs together.



Mix together the Wet and Dry ingredients.



Ladle the mix into a hot frying pan.  I use about 1 ladle per pancake.  When you see bubbles forming, it is time to flip.  Cook until golden.




Serve with Lemon juice and sugar, Jam, Maple Syrup, whatever you like.  These are our favourites but I have on occasion been known to have Vegemite on mine :-)



4 comments:

  1. I have just been over your last few recipes (I have been staying off the computer as much as possible, hence my absence and son has been sick with the bug like your children had).

    I have saved your recipes to add to my cook book.

    I was looking for a choc mud cake a few weeks ago, now I have one, thank you...

    I have a recipe for pancakes like MacDonald's if you are interested. http://outbacktania.blogspot.com/2010/05/pancakes-and-stroll-around-yard.html

    This is a favourite in our house, our 15 yo old son even says they taste better than Maccas lol!

    Have a great day :)

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  2. Thanks Tania I have added your pancakes to my cookbook, I can't wait to try them!!

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