A Piece of Pancake

Most people probably already know how to make pancakes. So I’m posting this for people who don’t and are afraid of trying for the fear of getting it all wrong. This pancake batter recipe is real simple and the margin for error is minuscule.

Ideally, you’d wanna be making the batter in a jug of some sort. It really helps when you’ve to fry the pancakes. Here’s what you mix in the jug:

  • 1 egg
  • 1 mug plain flour
  • 1 mug milk
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
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  1. Preferably, use a whisk to whip everything together because you don’t want any lumps in the pancakes.
  2. Next, fry them singularly or in twos on a good non-stick frying pan. It’s good to oil the pan slightly after each one. Also, try to get them all the same size; nothing like eating a tall and pretty stack of identical pancakes, with butter and syrup.
  3. Cool the pancakes on a cooling rack before stacking ’em up on a plate.
  4. Top with a knob of soft butter and maple syrup. Use honey as the alternative but do it discreetly without letting the Canadians know.
  5. Devour your breakfast layer by layer, or slice right through it like a cake – not forgetting the keyword here is ‘DEVOUR’.

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