Ever since I was introduced to this large group on fb, all my heart-bookmarked recipes has been coming to implementation which i delayed solely due to my busy schedule. The group demands bake along by every member of the group in which a recipe is posted every week. I always wanted to try a classic pancake, but with so many recipes on internet and failing to settle on one and also doubting if that would turn up good, I always hesitated to give it a try.
But being part of the group left me with no choice other than giving it a try and fasting hubby meant I had to prepare breakfast only for kids who would love to have this even as lunch. And so did I tried and came out awesome.
Recipe adapted from hereIngredients:
- 1. Add all the dry ingredients together in a bowl, all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Mix well and set aside.
- 2. In another bowl, break the eggs using a fork. Add pure vanilla extract and beat until combined using the fork.
- 3. Add warm milk into the egg mixture and stir using fork until combined. Melt the butter and let cool down to warm. Add butter into the egg-milk mixture and mix well just until combined.
- 4. Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and pour the entire wet ingredient into the well.
- 5. Use the fork to mix slowly and gently by folding motion. Do not over mix. Few folds and the batter will be ready with few lumps. Just stop there, do not attempt to make a smooth batter. Few lumps are definitely fine.
- 6. Heat up a griddle/tawa on medium heat. Rub with butter or spread over some ghee. Add about 1/4 cup of batter quantity in the center of the tawa. Use a flat spoon to spread it out slightly.
- 7. With flame on medium low, it will start bubbling on the top.
- 8. Spread around some butter/ghee.
- 9. Using a flat ladle, gently flip over the pancake and let cook on the other side for few seconds on medium low speed. Once both sides are cooked well, use the ladle to transfer onto serving plate or into a box that retains heat.
- Continue making pancakes to the rest of the batter. You can pile them up one on top of the other.