Sunday, March 11, 2012

Homemade Pancakes

Waking up late doesn't stop me from having breakfast at lunch time.  Since I have the ingredients, I thought of making pancakes.  Thanks to my chef instructor back in MIHCA, I got this good ol' pancake recipe.  Promise, it's easy!

Yield:  6 pancakes


1 cup     pastry flour:
                  1/2 cup cake flour
                  1/2 cup all-purpose flour
2 tbsps  white sugar
pinch     salt
1 tbsp   baking powder
1 large  egg
250 ml  milk or add more if you want thinner pancakes
2 tbsp   melted butter

1.  Sift cake flour, all-purpose flour and baking powder in a bowl.
2.  Add sugar and salt.
3.  Make a well, add egg, milk and butter.
4.  Mix batter, but don't over mix.  It's okay to have lumps.
5.  Taste batter and adjust sweetness or saltiness according to your preference.
6.  Heat pan.  Add a half teaspoon of butter and spread it all over the surface.
7.  Pour in pancake batter.  Turn over when it started to create bubbles all around the pancake.
8.  Serve warm with butter on top and syrup or do the classic evaporated milk and sugar.


-- it's pretty heavy..

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