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  • It's Pancake Day
  • Premier Icon Drac
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    So time for the annual how do you have yours?

    Strictly Lemon and Sugar for me.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1g_1EJrfnU[/video]

    aP
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    Will have ours on Saturday, but unlike lemon and sugar, and she like ice cream.

    cheers_drive
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    Ham with cheddar and creme fraiche sauce for main. Sugar, lemon and golden syrup for dessert.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Ham with cheddar and creme fraiche sauce for main.

    Sounds a right load of Crepe.

    maple syrup

    *waves at the idave deciples*

    carlos
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    Another vote for simply Lemon & Sugar

    Premier Icon cliffyc
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    Lemon juice and sugar,maple syrup,Lyle’s Golden Syrup,muscavado sugar and cinnamon,nutmeg,raspberry or blackcurrant jam or my favourite lemon curd.Nom-nom!!

    TiRed
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    Mine are made, wrapped and ready for lunchtime: Parma ham, Belgian chocolate flakes, raspberry jam, and of course lemon. Mmmmmm

    Alternate between lemon and sugar on one, then maple syrup on the next.

    Hungry now!

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UIB9Y4OFPs[/video]

    … and lemon.

    Premier Icon fathomer
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    We’re having savoury ones for dinner, chicken in a mustard sauce wrapped in a pancake and sweet ones for pud, like others lemon (maybe orange) and sugar.

    Bazz
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    I will be dining on both savoury and sweet tonight, the savoury will be chicken fajita with sour cream and plenty of jalapenos, followed by sweet with maple syrup or lemon and sugar (most likely at least one of each!)

    Premier Icon dknwhy
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    Sliced Mars bar dropped in the pan to melt on top a bit…

    Premier Icon thepurist
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    Tossers, the lot of you.

    Premier Icon andytherocketeer
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    Pancakes and maple syrup for breakfast
    Wraps for lunch
    Bacon pancakes for dinner
    Kaiserscharrn (chopped pancakes with jam) for dessert

    rennies for supper, and sod that 5:2 fasting nonsense

    Premier Icon granny_ring
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    And it’s my birthday ๐Ÿ™‚

    Will have some for tea if still sober enough….Cant remember the recipe tho, what quantities for 2 people?

    jfletch
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    MEAL

    OF

    PANCAKES

    Ham and a fried egg is the winner in the savory catergory (egg must be crispy round the edges with a very runny yoke). Chocolate wins the sweet category (as long as you use properly dark chocolate, grated and then scattered over the cooked side of the pankcake to melt while the other side cooks)

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    [video]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw2CsBz_cKY[/video]

    grievoustim
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    Had fluffy us style pancakes with maple syrup and banana for breakfast with the kids

    On my own tonight so not ruling out some savoury ones involving pig and cheese

    sbob
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    Lemon and sugar for me, but I can be tempted by chocolate spread and freshly grated coconut.
    I always fry my pancakes in coconut oil now, try it there is no going back.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Hands up everyone else who immediately thought of Maid Marion And Her Merry Men ๐Ÿ˜† Weirdest episodes of Time Team ever.

    alpin
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    choclit and banannas

    gf likes apples with cinnamom.

    i’m hungry.

    johndoh
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    Lemon and sugar normally, but (as we do fresh pancakes every weekend for the kids) I tried some left over Greek yogurt with honey on a couple of weeks ago.

    Lush.

    iolo
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    NUTELLA.
    End of thread

    deadlydarcy
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    Won’t be back from London in time for dd’s first pancake day (when he can actually eat them anyway) ๐Ÿ™ so, it’ll be Pancake Wednesday for us tomorrow. It’ll be lemon and sugar for us. Though I might try Nutella and Coconut as mentioned above.

    dooosuk
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    Main course for us tonight will be a pancake with stew served on top ๐Ÿ˜›

    bikebouy
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    Hate the slimy,dripping,fried indegestion inducing tongue carpets. ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

    sbob
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    bikebouy – Member

    Hate the slimy,dripping,fried indegestion inducing tongue carpets.

    Indigestion?

    Mumsnet is that way —–> you big girl’s blouse.

    umop3pisdn
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    Crepes suzette, plenty of Grand Marnier…

    Premier Icon Tracey
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    Golden Syrup

    Lemon and sugar

    Nutella and Cointreau

    Not having much lunch so I can have more tonight

    FuzzyWuzzy
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    Lemon & sugar, nutella & banana, maple syrup & squirty cream are all combinations on my list for this evening…

    On a side note, has anyone tried the ready made stuff in the plastic bottles you just add water to and shake? Planning to make them properly tonight but an experiment a few days ago was a disaster with the ready made stuff, it never seemed to set in the pan even after 5 minutes (the outside would crisp but was still goo in the middle), I gave up in the end.

    mikemorini
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    Chestnut puree and clotted cream.

    mrsmouse
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    Can anyone recommend a good recipe for making fluffy American/Canadian style pancakes? I tried a random one that I found by Google once (can’t remember which one though!) and they weren’t fluffy enough.

    Ta!

    sbob
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    On a side note, has anyone tried the ready made stuff in the plastic bottles you just add water to and shake?

    As if three ingredients was too much to handle. ๐Ÿ˜†

    cbmotorsport
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    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.

    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.

    johndoh
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    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.

    BlindMelon
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    200g plain flour
    1 tbsp baking powder
    Pinch of salt
    1 tbsp sugar
    1 large egg
    300 ml milk

    cbmotorsport
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    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.

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