Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins
These are little pancakes, thicker than the Shove Tuesday, crepe-y ones. Eat hot, or cold the next day. Can add raisins, spices, other fruits to the batter if you like.
- Mix or sift the flour, sugar and salt together.
- Make a well/hollow in the flour, then add the egg and milk into it.
- Mix, incorporating the flour from around the well until you have a thick, smooth batter that drops from the spoon like thick cream. (If you want to add any extras, do it now.).
- Heat a frying pan with a little butter or oil, wipe off if there's too much.
- Drop teaspoonfuls of batter into the pan. Leave enough room between them to manouver a fish slice/your preferred pancake turning implement.
- When bubbles appear, turn the pancakes over and cook until lightly browned and no longer battery.
- Serve with butter, jam or honey or anything you fancy.
EXcellent and so easy ,big hit with my kids,thank you.
Perfect! - just like those my Mum made for sunday tea back in the day. I used tablespoonful of batter at a time - got about 10 exactly the size I wanted. Yummy with butter and golden syrup.
These pancakes are delicious! I really don't like the thin pancakes that spread all over the frying pan so these were great. Just like my dad used to make when I was little. Thanks for the recipe!