On every sunday – if we don’t have any other occassion – we always have pancakes here at home for lunch. Just a simple tradition, so that we have something special every week that worth of waiting for.
My husband was the one who made the pancakes, and yes he’s good at it 😉
i’m lucky enough to get the chance to eat them and share the recipe here 🙂
Basically the type of pancake that we have is more of dutch style, but with a bit of a twist (we like to make it bit thinner than regular dutch pannekoeken).
It’s a very simple recipe, and you can always modify as you want (especially for the sweetness and the thickness of the dough).
So, here are the recipe and how to make it:
3pcs eggs (room temperature)
300gr multi purpose flour
60gr granulated sugar
60gr melted butter (can also use margarin)
Approx. 600ml milk
1tsp (3gr) salt
Additional ingredients (for topping):
Seasonal fruits (i use strawberry most of the time)
Whipped cream (slagroom)
Pannekoekenstroop (or simple syrup)
How to make:
Prepare a bowl. using a mixer, mix the eggs and granulated sugar, then add the butter. Mix them for a while. Afterwards, add the flour and the salt together with the milk. Mix until its even and no lumps in the dough. Your pancake dough is ready to be cooked.
Preheat a non stick pan, pour one ladle (indonesian word: sendok sup) of the dough to the pan, spread them evenly until it gets a bit thin. Bake one side for around 10sec (or until it has the nice brown color that you prefer), and then flip it over. Bake it for approx. 8 sec then put the pancake on a plate. Do it all over again until your pancake dough is finish.
How to serve:
Fold your pancake into two (or three), add all the toppings you like, your pancake is ready to eat now 🙂
We usually can make around 12 pancakes for this recipe. But again, all depend on your preference, especially for the thickness and the size of the pancake itself 🙂
Piles of pancakes!
This is how my pancake appeared today, hope you all gonna like it as i do:)