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Tuesday, 13 February 2018


It is Pancake Day!
If you fancy a change, and would like a more substantial meal, try these:

Makes 3 large pancakes.

100g self-raising flour
2 eggs
150ml milk
pinch of salt
100g cheese, grated
small amount of oil for cooking

Put the flour and salt in a bowl.
Crack the eggs into a well in the middle.
Pour in some of the milk and begin whisking from the centre, gradually drawing the eggs into the mixture.
Add the rest of the milk and whisk well.
Allow to rest in the fridge for at least half an hour.
When ready, heat a small amount of oil in a flat pan and pour in about a third of the batter.
Cook gently on one side until you see bubble start to push up in the centre and the edges begin to lift.
Turn (or toss if possible).
Place a third of the cheese on top of the pancake.
Fold in half and cook for a minute or so. Then turn over to cook the other side.
Place on a warmed plate and repeat with the rest of the batter.
When all are ready, serve hot.
Lovely with a dollop of chutney and a sprinkling of black pepper.

1 comment:

  1. Hi, you have shared a popular dish cheese filled pancake. Almost everybody loves pancakes or has fond memories of them from their childhood.However, the typical pancakes full of sugar, flour, and vegetable oil are not something that we should eat with any regularity.On the positive side, some tasty pancake recipes like it manage to be quite healthy too. I would like to add something that we should cook the pancakes on one side for 2-3 minutes or until whenever they start to brown. In some countries like Indonesia, Singapore, and Thailand pancakes are very popular also known as Martabak Manis ​comes in different flavours. This tasty street food is also my favourite.