Friday, November 25, 2016

Pancakes: the American style.



Pancakes are simple, easy to make yet delicious and goes well with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Though it is not a preferred way to start the day in France but I tried to bring a bit of an American flavor into my kitchen, but keeping the French spirit going, I served it in my new Eiffel-robe-jupe-talon-bouquin-bisous plate. So here is the recipe. 

Ingredients:

Flour: 1 cup
Baking powder: 5gm
Sugar: 1/8 cup
Salt: a pinch
Eggs: 2
Milk: 1/2 cup
Vanilla essence: 7 drops
Salted Butter: 15 gm (for greasing the pan)

Garnishing: 
Honey / Maple syrup.

Procedure:

Place the flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Make a well in the middle and add the milk and eggs.
Now add the sugar to the bowl.
Mix the ingredients of the bowl into a smooth batter. 
Make sure there are no lumps in the batter.
Add the vanilla essence and mix well. 
The batter should have a thick but pourable consistency. 
Place a non-stick pan on the glass-ceramic stove (or any other kitchen stove). Add a small cube of butter.
When it has melted pour the batter with the help of a measuring cup. I used the the 1/4  cup size (60 ml) for pouring the batter.
When small little holes/ pores appear on the top surface it's time to change the side.
Cook the other side.
Remove it from the pan and stack it on one top of the other in a plate.
Pour some honey or maple syrup on top and serve it. 
I personally prefer honey. Your perfect but easy to make breakfast is ready.


  
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Pancakes: the American 

style

Calories per serving: 50 cal

Pancakes are simple, easy to make yet delicious and goes well with a hot cup of tea or coffee.

Ingredients:
  • Flour: 1 cup
  • Baking powder: 5gm
  • Sugar: 1/8 cup
  • Salt: a pinch
  • Eggs: 2
  • Milk: 1/2 cup
  • Vanilla essence: 7 drops
  • Salted Butter: 15 gm (for greasing the pan)
Instructions:
  1. Place the flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Make a well in the middle and add the milk and eggs.
  2. Now add the sugar to the bowl.
  3. Mix the ingredients of the bowl into a smooth batter. Make sure there are no lumps in the batter.
  4. Add the vanilla essence and mix well.
  5. Place a non-stick pan on the glass-ceramic stove (or any other kitchen stove). Add a small cube of butter.
  6. When it has melted pour the batter with the help of a measuring cup. I used the the 1/4 cup size (60 ml) for pouring the batter.
  7. When small little holes/ pores appear on the top surface it's time to change the side.
  8. Remove it from the pan and stack it on one top of the other in a plate. Pour some honey or maple syrup on top and serve it.


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