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Pancakes with hot fruit sauce

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Serves 1 - 10 Pancakes

this is a deliciouse way to surve up breakfast for your whole family

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Ingredients

  • you will need:
  • 250g of plain flour
  • 1 tsp of baking powder
  • Half a tsp of salt
  • Half a tsp of sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 300ml of milk
  • For the hot fruit sauce
  • 200g of strawberrys
  • 100ml of milk
  • 150g of caster sugar

Method

    1. Add into a medium sized bowl the flour, baking powder sugar and salt and wisk toghether.
    2. Next crack your eggs and seperate the egg yoaks from the egg whites into 2 seperate bowls. Then beat the egg yoaks and add in the milk then mix well. Then add in the egg and milk mixture into the dry ingredients and wisk untill the mixture turns into a batter. Feel free to add more milk if you think the batter is to thick.
    3. Next with the egg whites in the bowl wisk them untill light and fluffy like whipped cream then fold this into the batter.
    4. Now you are ready to cook the pancakes. next add 2-2 tbsp of the mixture into a lightly oiled pan. wait untill you seebubbles come to the top of the pancakes and all the mixture has dried on the top. this means you will need to flip the pancake and check when this side is cooked.
    5. To make the hot food sauce u will need to: Add the strawberries and the milk into a blenderand half of the caster sugar. then you need to add this to a warm pan and cook slowly when it is as hot as you want it you need to add the rest of the caster sugar and cook a bit more to blend in the sugar. surve with the pancakes warm and with a small nob of butter if you want.

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