Next Tuesday is Pancake’s Tuesday, yes, times goes very fast, Spring is here. Many people still keep the tradition having nice pancakes that day.
There are many interesting facts about pancakes. Did you know that the world’s largest pancake was cooked in Roch-dale Manchester in the year 1994, which was around 15 meters in diameter? William Shakespeare loved pancakes so much, that he mentioned them in his plays.
A long time ago, before baking soda was invented, cooks often used freshly fallen snow, as a secret ingredient, which contained ammonia that made pancakes come out nice and soft.
Here is an easy and very tasty recipe for you make it, taste it and to enjoy it….
Freedom here we come…
4 oz flour
1 large egg
½ pt milk
- Sieve flour into a bowl
- Drop in the egg and about 1 tablespoon of milk
- Mix together
- Continue adding the rest of the milk
- Beat the mixture for 5 minutes to entrap air
- Leave the batter aside for 1 hour before the pancakes are cooked
- Melt a ½ spoon of coconut oil in the pan
- Pour on enough of the pancake mixture to lightly cover the pan
- Cook until golden brown underneath, then toss or turn with palette knife
- When the other side is golden brown, remove from the pan on a plate
- Sprinkle lemon juice, decorate with some Greek yogurt or cream, fruit and cinnamon.
Let go all of the condition’s thinking and fears.
Remind yourself: Freedom is for You!
Take lots of Vitamin P (Pleasure), and Enjoy!!!!