Sunday, August 20, 2006

Pancakes USA Stylie


Well after I can’t remember how many gorgeous photos of pancake blogs lately, Matts being the last, I finally gave in & made my own. Normally I make very thin crepe style pancakes but for the stack I obviously needed some fat little babies so I looked through my books & Jamie’s recipe for USA stylie pancakes from Happy Days was about the only one for which I had all of the ingredients handy without having to make a dash to the shops. In this recipe the egg whites need beating before adding which personally I thought didn’t seem to make that much difference & was one step that made these a bit on the fiddly side. They did taste quite yummy though, especially drenched in maple syrup & yes Vanilla Ice Cream!

Pancakes USA Stylie

3 large eggs
115g plain flour
1 heaped teaspoon baking powder
140ml milk
a pinch of salt

First separate Add the flour, baking powder & milk to the egg yolks in a bowl & mix to a smooth batter. Whisk the whites with the salt until they form stiff peaks. Fold into the batter. Heat a good non-stick frypan on medium heat. Pour some of the batter into the pan (I buttered my pan though the original recipe doesn’t call for this) & fry for a couple of minutes until bubbles appear on the top, flip with a spatula & fry until golden on both sides. Serve with whatever takes your fancy.

6 comments:

Matt said...

Looking good Ange, and the fatter the better in my book :)

Might wanna update the link to my post though... got some doubling up going on.

I'm gonna go make these again now.

:)

deborah said...

oh yum. can't go wrong with pancakes. does jamie oliver make them usa stylie with a few rasher's bacon? i had waffles with maple syrup and bacon in canada... love the sweet and salt combo

Ange said...

No bacon in sight - I have always eaten pancakes sweet so cant bring myself to try the bacon/syrup combo, especially now!

jules said...

nice stack ange...look like matt's got some competition

Reb said...

At least that's one more thing you can eat! They look yummy

Belinda said...

I love pancakes with bacon and syrup!

I had pancakes in the US once and they were as wide as a dinner plate and thicker than yours. And that was just for breakfast!