Have I really never published my pancake recipe yet? Apparently not. Then it will be high time. Today is such a wonderful summer day in spring and that's why my classic pancakes came out again. Of course in the sun on the terrace. To make real fluffy pancakes is actually very easy and here I like it also classic and simple. There are many varieties with sour cream, buttermilk, etc., but my favorite and standard recipe is very easy (you do not even need a mixer) and always succeeds. For about 20 pancakes you need: 250 g flour 1/2 Tl tartar baking powder (normal goes of course, I just do not like the typical baking powder taste) 1 pinch of salt 50 g sugar 1 egg 50 g melted butter 300 ml milk a little butter For the pan, maple syrup, honey, nutella, bacon, etc., etc. Mix the flour with the baking powder, the salt and the sugar in a mixing bowl and press into the middle of a bowl. Put the egg and the melted butter in the pan and stir gently with a whisk only inside. Gradually add a little milk and continue to stir from the inside to the outside, stirring in a little more of the flour until a smooth ...

Pancakes for Sunday breakfast

Have I really never published my pancake recipe yet? Apparently not.
Then it's high time too.
Today is such a wonderful summer day in spring and that's why There were my classic pancakes again. Of course, in the sun on the terrace.
Making real fluffy pancakes is actually very easy and here I like it also classic and simple. There are umpteen varieties with sour cream, buttermilk, etc., my favorite and standard recipe is very easy (you do not even need a mixer) and always succeed.

For about 20 pancakes you need:
250g of flour
1/2 tbsp tartar baking powder (of course, too, I do not like the typical baking powder taste)
1 pinch of salt
50 g of sugar
1 egg
50 g melted butter
300 ml of milk
some butter for the pan
maple syrup, honey, nutella, bacon, etc. as you like.
Mix the flour with the baking powder, salt and sugar in a mixing bowl, in the middle Press a bowl.
Pour the egg and the melted butter into the bowl and use stir a whisk only slightly inside. Gradually add a little milk and continue to stir from the inside to the outside, stirring a little more of the flour until a smooth dough is formed. It takes about 5 minutes to get rid of lumps by always stirring the inner dough and then gradually adding flour and milk.
A big coated one Heat the pan, then switch to medium temperature and melt a bit of butter in it. Using a sauce spoon or ice cream scoop, remove 3 pieces from the dough and place in the pan. Once the bottom is browned turn with a spatula and brown again.
Place on a plate, cover with a dishcloth and process the remaining dough just as well.
We eat the pancakes in a classic way with some butter and maple syrup. If you have a stable stomach, you can also eat crispy bacon. Was
What I personally find super delicious is an orange butter with poppy seeds!
The pancakes also taste great with jam, honey or Nutella.
You can also vary the dough as you like and, for example Add blueberries, pieces of banana or strawberry slices.
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