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An American Pancake Recipe Easy For All

By Andrew Cook

Pancakes are a popular meal at any age. Most people enjoy them for breakfast, even though they are enjoyable at any time of the day! The origins of the pancake can be traced back to the 18th century, where the Dutch first started cooking this different kind of bread. Today, the American pancake recipe is simple and easy to cook for anyone. So why not learn how to make some from your own kitchen!

You will need to gather some basic cookware before you start. A few things as simple as a mixing bowl, a nice skillet or griddle, a large spatula to help you turn your pancakes easily and a hand whisk. Here is a tip: before you start cooking, check that you have all the tools and ingredients needed to speed things up.

Your skillet or flat top should be heated to 375F for at least 10 minutes before you can start cooking. You also should cover it with a thin layer of cooking spray; rub it a little bit with grease, so your pancakes will not stick to it.

The ingredients needed are as simple as you can get: 135g of self-raisin flour, sifted; 1 egg; 125ml of cold milk and 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt. Combine all the ingredients and mix thoroughly with the whisk.

If your bowl is inconvenient, you can pour some of your batter into a smaller one or a cup. A small ladle can also be useful. Pour equal amounts of batter on the skillet. Be sure to watch your pancakes, to avoid any burning! When they start to rise, and you can notice bubbles popping at the top, then you are ready for the flip. If you like berries in your pancakes, you need to add a small handful of them before flipping them.

To make pouring easier, you can transfer some of your batter into a smaller cup. Pour equal amounts of batter on your skillet. You can also use a small ladle if it is easier for you. When your pancakes are starting to rise, and you can notice bubbles popping at the top, they need to be turned. If you are adding berries, put a small handful of them on top of the pancake before flipping it.

Let your pancake brown on the second side for a few seconds. You can then re-flip them to make sure they are evenly browned and cooked. Pancakes need to be served right away, nice and warm. To avoid having soggy ones for breakfast, cover a baking sheet with paper towel, stack your pancakes onto it and put them into a 200F oven, until ready to be eaten. This genuine American Pancake recipe will surely make for even better mornings!

If you want to learn how to make pancakes at home then check out Andrews collection of pancake recipes. If you like to eat healthy we suggest this american pancake recipe but there are many others to choose from as well.

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