I've got a nice dish that uses haddock and prawns rolled up in pancakes, placed in a dish then baked in a cream sauce. It's very nice. But tonight it will be lemon and sugar.
It's Pancake Day
Will have some for tea if still sober enough....Cant remember the recipe tho, what quantities for 2 people?
Makes 5 depending on the size of your ladle/pan.
1 mug flour, 1 mug milk, 2 eggs, 1tsp sugar, 1/2tsp salt.
It's not critical, 1 egg works, so does 4 (but you can taste the egg then), so does 2 cups of milk. Basicly anything with about the right consistency will work. More sugar in sweet ones helps them caremalise a little, no sugar and they look and taste a little anemic.
100g plain flour, 300ml whole milk, one egg, a dash of salt.
Mix the flour and egg along with a little milk to make a really thick paste, then add the rest of the milk. Put too much milk in too soon and you'll get lumpy batter.
Fry in butter.
200g plain flour
1 tbsp baking powder
Pinch of salt
1 tbsp sugar
1 large egg
300 ml milk
Put a dollop of flour and an egg(s) in a bowl mix it up, add milk gradually until you have a runny emulsion consitency. No need to measure.
US style are a regular weekend breakfast staple in our house.
So tonight, I think I'll do savoury crepe style (ham 'n' cheese) followed by american style with maple syrup (me), nutella (Mrs and Miss North).
Real Maple Syrup and chopped pecans for me and Gogg Minor.Posted 10 months ago #
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