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plain pancakes/crepes

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Serves 1 - 5 Pancakes

basically, plain pancakes or crepes, whatever you want to call them :)

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Ingredients

  • 4 Very Heaped Tablespoons of plain flour
  • 2 Free range (just to be good) eggs
  • A pinch of salt
  • 7 floz of Milk
  • 3 floz of Water
  • Butter (for cooking)

Method

    1. mix the milk and water together in a mesuring jug, make sure they add up to 10floz
    2. In a large mixing bowl, with a whisk (non electric), mix the flour, salt and eggs together
    3. Add a little bit of the water/milk mixture and mix in using the whisk
    4. Keep rapeating step 3 untill you have none of your liquid mixture left and you have make a liquidy mixture in your bowl
    5. Put a nonstick frying pan on high, and put some butter in to help the non stick aspect. When the butter has melted, pour a little of the pancake mixture in and cook, then turn over using a staptula and cook the other side. Serve warm.

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