So its snowing again and myeyes are still stinging from walking the dog in a blizzard and getting snow blown into them.
Tonight’s post is about pancakes yummy, I took these photos on pancake day and yes didn’t post them to you!! They are really easy to make and are nice for breakfast especaily at the weekend when its cold outside 😉
1, Put about 200g of flour in a bowl with 50g caster sugar and 1tsp of salt.
2, Whisk an egg and put into the bowl, I then add milk and whisk at the same time until I get a batter that just coats the back of spoon. Whisk like crazy to ensure you have no lumps.
3, Put a non stick pan onto the heat until it smokes, take the pan off the heat and wipe out with kitchen cloth.
4, Put the pan back on the heat with some oil and wait until the oil is smokey (wont take long) then pour in a little of the panckae mix.
5, You will notice the mix dry, bubble and come away from the edge of the pan, it is now safe to try and turn/flip it over.
6, When the pancake has been turned over it only needs about 30 seconds to colour that is if the pan is hot enough.
7, Place onto your plate and serve how you like it!! This year I had mine with blackberry compot and chocolate Philadelphia.
Have fun and enjoy