For 10 pancakes you need:

  • 250 ml of milk
  • 3 tbsp. tablespoons of vegetable or 40 gr. melted butter, it should be cooled or slightly warm, but not hot (on weekends in the mornings I am too lazy to heat the butter, so I cook most often with olive oil)
  • 1 egg
  • 4 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 170 gr flour


Step 1. Ingredients

Step 2. In a deep bowl, mix all the dry ingredients, take a whisk and shake them for 30 seconds - this is necessary for the correct and uniform distribution of all components.

Step 3. Then add the egg, mix with a mixer, milk, mix again, add 3 tablespoons of olive oil and finally mix for two minutes.

Step 4. You should have a rather thick dough (if you turn the spoon over, it will fall lumps rather than drain from it). In fact, after the first time, you will immediately know the correct consistency of the test.

Step 5. Heat the pan over medium heat WITHOUT OIL and spread the future pancakes with a spoon.

Step 6. Now you wait. How to understand that it’s time to turn over? You need to wait for the appearance of bubbles on the entire surface of the pancake - this is a sure signal that it is time. It usually takes 2-3 minutes on each side.

Step 7. That's all, put it on a plate and add jam / jams / syrups, berries, honey - all that you like.

Step 8. Bon appetit!

And here are a couple of points:

1. The thicker the dough, the less the pancake spreads, which means it turns out more magnificent and higher.
2 If you add gel or powder dye - you get colored pancakes, the children will like it.
3 Pancakes are not fat at all, they are very lush inside and in a closed container they boldly lie all night.

That’s probably all. Bon Appetit!

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