Homeschooling with Pancake Art3 min read
Once you start creating these delicious pancakes, homeschooling will become a lot more enjoyable. A pancake is a thin, circular cake made from a starch-based dough containing eggs, milk, and butter, and fried on a heated surface such as a skillet or frying pan, frequently with oil or butter.
Knowing more about it!
This recipe can be used to make both sweet and savoury pancakes. This recipe is ideal for Pancake Day or a special brunch. Each serving contains 317 calories, 12.5 grammes of protein, 42 grammes of carbohydrates (four of which are sugars), 10.5 grammes of fat (3.5 grammes of saturates), 2 grammes of fibre, and 0.5 grammes of salt.
What All Ingredients Do You Need?
The following ingredients will make roughly 8–10-inch (25 cm) pancakes (more or less, depending on size); you can adjust the component amounts to feed the desired number of people.
- 2 cups (18oz/510g) self-rising or all-purpose flour (see tips below)
- 2 or 3 eggs
- 1 1/2 cups (350ml) of milk
- 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
- 2 tablespoons of butter or vegetable oil
- 5 tablespoons of sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional)
- A pinch of salt.
Time required to make pancakes
You’ll be able to prepare approximately 3-4 pancakes in about 40-60 minutes.
How To Make A Pancake?
Step 1: Crack the eggs into a mixing basin and whisk them together until smooth.
Add the remaining ingredients to the mixture (excluding the salt and baking soda if using self-rising flour). At this stage, do not stir the mixture!
Step 2: In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the butter.
Check to see if it’s totally melted; a minute should be enough.
Step 3: Combine the butter and milk in a mixing bowl.
Gently fold in the dry ingredients, leaving some small clumps in the batter. Blend until the mixture is absolutely smooth. Your pancakes will be harsh and flat instead of fluffy if your batter is smooth.
If you have vanilla extract, you can add it to the butter and milk mixture as well.
Step 4: Preheat the frying pan over low medium heat.
Use your stove’s original “pancake” setting if it exists. To prevent the pancakes from sticking, use non-stick spray or a pat of butter.
Step 5: Pour a few drops of water into your pan.
The pan is ready for the batter if it ‘dances’ or jumps out of the pan with a sizzle.
Step 6. Using the tip of a big spoon or a pitcher, pour roughly 3 tablespoons to 1/4 cup batter onto the hot griddle or greased frying pan.
The size of your pancakes will be determined by the amount of batter you pour. To increase the size of the pancakes, start with less batter and gradually pour more batter onto the pan.
Step 7: Cook the crepe for about two minutes, or until golden brown.
Around the edges, bubbles should form and eventually pop. Flip the cake gently when the bubbles at the edge of the batter explode and a hole remains that does not close up immediately.
Step 8: Cook the other side until golden brown, then remove from the pan.
Do you want a richer colour? Repeat the process for another thirty seconds on each side, or until the pancake is cooked to your liking.
Step 9: You’re nearly done! Simply take pleasure in it!
For a new, more intriguing flavour, try adding butter, peanut butter, syrup, jelly, chocolate chips, cookies, candy crumbles, or fruit to your pancakes. The options are limitless. These are some of the most delicious pancakes you’ll ever have.