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Basic Pancakes Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 Ib (220g) self raising flour
1 pint (500 ml) milk
2 eggs
pinch salt
1 1/2 oz (40 g) lard
1 lemon
sugar for sprinkling









Directions.

Sieve the flour and salt into a basin, making a well in the centre.
Break the eggs one at a time and pour into the well. Gradually beat the eggs and flour together,
adding the milk little by little until creamy consistency has been reached.
Beat the batter for a few minutes to aerate it, and leave to stand for an hour or so if possible.

Heat the frying pan or griddle with a little lard and pour enough batter to cover the area needed.
Cook until the top is dry, and then either toss or turn the pancake and cook the other side until brown.

Turn out onto a greaseproof paper, sprinkle with sugar and lemon juice as desired and roll up before serving.

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  4. This was a really good recipe. I didn't get to make the pancakes as I had gotten very excited and covered my entire body with the pancake batter. If I had a big enough griddle I would have rolled around on it to cook the delicious batter but instead I let it harden and had a crisp, hard shell for the rest of the day.

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  6. love pancakes and an easy recipe thanks!

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  14. Looks tasty! Gotta try that tomorrow.

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  22. My pancakes are getting better. Why do you leave your batter out for an hour? Doesn't that make the batter tough? I'm no expert though, so I'll try it your way.

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  23. I made this today, and I have to say it was delicious.

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  24. man i love pancakes, people love them in the morning but i always find their best in the evening

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  25. I just use the aunt jemaima instant mix =X
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  26. So what do you think about pancakes in a spray can?

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  27. This is my usual procedure. Definitely the best.

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