It’s Pancake Day
In homage to it being Shrove Tuesday, I thought I would share with you my Pancake recipe. Now I’ve been told that I am the best pancake maker out of my family which I hold very close to me – I come from a family who has a very big sweet tooth. So with this recipe, I first started learning how to make pancakes and what ingredients I needed from BBC Good Food Guide, which I found to be the most “idiot proof” guide and suited me down to a T.
Over time I have developed my own recipe in terms of the portions and what I use depends on what is in my cupboards, so this is a quick, easy and simple recipe which allows you to knock up some delicious pancakes in minutes.
Serving: 3/4 Pancakes
- Frying Pan
- Measuring Jug
- Whisk or Fork
- Serving Plate
- 2 Medium Eggs
- 50ml Milk
- 4tbsp Water
- 100g Plain Flour
- Drizzle of Oil
- Lemon Juice
- Add eggs, flour and milk in a measuring jug and mix together
- Add 4tbsp of water to mixture and stir thoroughly until you reach a smooth consistency (no lumps)
- Add a drizzle of oil to the frying pan on a low heat
- Once the pan has warmed up pour a third of your mixture into the centre of the frying pan
- Allow to gently cook before flipping over
- Cook until both sides are crisp and golden
- Take the pancake off the heat and place on the serving plate
- Add some lemon juice and sugar based on preference, roll into a pancake shape and serve.