Sunday, September 02, 2007
Rach and Reb came over for brekkie on merdeka day so we made pancakes. unfortunately my pancake making skills had somewhat.. diminished ever since i got back from australia. used to be able to make perfectly round golden ones but this time they mostly went black before anything else!! but, i managed to at least make these ones without burning them. so rach decided to photograph the photogenic ones.
we concluded that the batter was fine, it was just the pan that was too hot. when i turned down the heat, they stopped going black. we had them with maple syrup, butter, jam and..fetta cheese. i know it's a weird combination but it actually tasted really good with the cheese.....
1/2 Cup SR flour
1/2 cup plain flour
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup water
1 beaten egg
oil for frying
1. sift flours, make a well in centre. mix in milk, water and eggs till smooth.
2. let stand for 15 minutes
3. heat oil in medium heat in a nonstick pan, Drop teaspoons of the batter into the pan and cook until bubbles form.
4. turn over and cook till golden.
5. serve with honey, butter, jam, maple syrup or lemon juice and sugar.
add chocolate chips, vanilla essence or banana slices into the batter for a "different" take on these traditional pancakes