Simple traditional pancake recipe

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Simple traditional pancake recipe

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Ingredients

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50 g Plain flour
1 Egg large egg
150 ml Milk
25 g Butter
pinch Salt
Topping
Caster sugar as much as required
1 Lemon

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    • Serves 6
    • Medium

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    Simple traditional pancake recipe

    This is a very simple traditional pancake recipe. There are both savoury and sweet versions of the pancake, and not all as thin as this version. As this is a sweet pancake, the toppings are the very easy: the classic lemon juice and caster sugar. However, you can use things like Nutella, Chantilly cream, jam, ice cream or fresh fruits. For savoury fillings, you can use a variety of things such as ham, cheeses and various vegetables! You will find pancakes in various forms around the world, served as a type of street food or in a more formal setting.

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    Steps

    1
    Done

    Sift the flour and salt into a bowl. and create a well in the centre and add the egg.
    Whisk together until combined.
    Add the milk slowly, while whisking continually.

    2
    Done

    Melt the butter over a low heat and add two teaspoons of it to the batter.
    Stop stirring when smooth and it has the consistency of cream.
    Leave the batter for half an hour or so, if possible.

    3
    Done

    Put a heavy based frying pan on the stove on a low heat.
    Add a bit of butter to the pan and make sure it is coated.

    4
    Done

    Using a ladle, pour about ladle's worth of batter onto the hot pan. Pour as close to the pan as possible.
    As soon as the batter hits the surface, tip the surface so that entire pan base is coated with batter.
    Depending on the size of the frying pan and how thick the batter is depends on cooking time!

    5
    Done

    For the first side, it will be between 30 seconds and a minute and a half.
    The sides will crisp up first.
    Either use a spatula or the frying pan to flip it onto the other side to finish cooking for about 30 seconds to a minute.

    6
    Done

    Stack the finished pancakes on an oven proof plate,with a sheet of kitchen paper between them.
    Keep the plate in the oven on a low temperature while you cook the remaining pancakes.

    7
    Done

    Cover with as much lemon juice and caster sugar as required.
    Fold the pancake in half and then in half again to make a triangle.

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