Saturday, 27 October 2012

Pancakes







My youngest nephew often makes unintelligible remarks when he wants something.  We often end up enumerating everything that comes to mind to guess what he is trying to say.  When he thinks we can't figure out what he's saying his whimpering escalates to wild crying.  He's just 1 year and 9 months and his words are limited to ball, there, come, eat, here, yes, and a few others. My niece or my other nephew often times do the deciphering.

A while ago he wanted bread.  He actually asked me using his alien language that's why I didn't understand.  Perplexed I asked my niece what the little boy wants and she quipped "bread" without looking at me since she's busy with her bookworm game on the computer.  I can't find any bread so I decided to make pancakes... again.

The kids are always excited every time I make pancakes.  And this is the recipe I often use when I make them.  They love it with pancake syrup.  





By the way, Mammy and my Sibling #2 went to Liwan to attend the wake of our Lolo Satur (my mammy's mother's brother)  He died of old age at more than 95 I believe.  So I'm left to tend the the three little rascals. And so I ended up giving in to their every whim just to pacify them, and to make things peaceful in the house.



PANCAKE
(http://www.myfresha-licious.com/)

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour - 2 1/2 c.
White Sugar - 5 tbsp
Milk Powder - 4 tbsp
Baking Powder - 4 tsp
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Vanilla powder - 1/4 tsp
Vegetable oil - 3 tbsp
Water - 1 1/2 c
Eggs - 2 medium

If you can't find any vanilla powder, make use of vanilla essence.  Use a tablespoon of it. 

Cooking Procedure:

1. Mix the dry ingredients together.
2.  Add in the water, eggs, and vegetable oil
3.  Beat with a wire wisk and let it stand for at least 30 minutes
4.  Heat a non-stick pan, scoop 1/4 cup full of batter and pour it on the pan.  Wait for the bubbles to comer out and burst then flip it over to cook the other side until it is brown.

Drizzle with your favorite pancake syrup.  Serve and enjoy

© Fresha-licious (27October2012)

No comments:

Post a Comment