Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Simple Pancake

 Simple Pancake Recipe

Max has been asking me to make pancake for years but I had not been able to make it since we didn't have a griddle or non stick pan and I don't want to buy one just to make pancake. After all, we can cook everything including scramble egg on stainless steel pan. Well... everything except pancake.

Until one day when we went out to eat at restaurant and ordered pancake. Seeing the price, I did the math in my head and quickly figured out that two order of pancakes equals to the price of a griddle. So off I went marching to buy a griddle the next day.
 Pancake Ingredients
Once I got home, I couldn't wait to start cooking but disappointed to learn that many recipes use buttermilk and sour cream which I didn't have. I was delighted when I found the kitchn's recipe, which use ingredients I already have in my fridge and pantry.



I love this square griddle because it can fit 4 pancakes at once. Perfecto!
 Homemade Pancake Recipe

The result: Ta da!
 Homemade Pancake Recipe

Perfect to be enjoyed with coffee
 Easy Pancake Recipe

Someone can't wait to take a bite:


My customers didn't bring cash that day so they pay me with praises instead, "This is the best breakfast ever, ma. You are such a good cook. We love you and the pancake so much!"


Simple Pancake Recipes
Simple Pancake adapted from the kitchn.
Printable Recipe
To make 8 large size pancakes for 4 people

Ingredients:
1 cup flour
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 egg {separate the white and the yolk}
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons vegetable oil {I use olive oil}
1 tablespoon butter for cooking

Directions:
a. Mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a big bowl.
b. Add the egg yolk, milk, vanilla extract, and oil to the bowl. Mix with a whisk.
c. Whip the egg white with electric mixer until soft peak about 3 minutes
d. Gently whisk the egg white into the big bowl until all ingredients are combined.
e. Heat the griddle over medium heat. Once the griddle is hot, melt 1/2 tablespoon of butter.
f. Using soup ladle, pour batter onto griddle. Let it cook until the bubbles begin to form.
g. Flip then let the other side cook until golden brown.
h. Serve them to your hungry customer with maple syrup.


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