Pancakes

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Given the formulas for the hotcake single tarts and the super-grand Nutella/Ferrero flapjack tart and the various thoughts I have with flapjacks, a fundamental formula can not be missed. Regardless of whether you have them as lunch, as breakfast, as a night supper, as a tidbit, whether you eat with (powder) sugar, syrup or bacon or a hotcake dependably tastes!

When I prepare flapjacks without a bundle blend, I generally utilize my own particular formula.

You require this for the heap of hotcakes as you find in the photo: 6 eggs, 1 liter of drain, 500 grams of wheat flour, squeeze of salt, spread

What’s more, further: Whisk or blender, Pan for preparing, Soup or sauce spoon

Beat the eggs well in a blender bowl. Include the drain and mix until the point that very much blended with each other. Partition the blossom into 5 sections.

Include 1 section flour and the salt to the drain/egg blend and combine until the point when the irregularities are disintegrated. Rehash until the point that you have included all the flour and no knots are left in the hitter. Put a container on the warmth source and warmth it to a medium stature.

At the point when the skillet is hot, include a little handle of margarine and let it dissolve while you have the container in your grasp. Include a spoonful of player and move the dish with the goal that the hitter covers the whole base.

Turn the hotcake over when the hitter is ‘dried’ at the best and the flapjack at the base is brilliant dark colored. Broil the opposite side until the point that it is brilliant dark colored.

Put the flapjack on a plate.

Rehash the above activities until the point when the player is done.

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