Pear Oat Pancakes
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Pear Oat Pancakes

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Serves 4

Christmas holiday means lazy mornings and long family breakfasts. For today's breakfast I cooked these easy made pancakes. Really food for holiday breakfast.

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  • 200 ml kefir
  • 100 ml porridge oats
  • 1 pear
  • 100 ml flour
  • 1 tsp bake powder
  • 2 tbsp sucker
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 eggs


    1. Mix the kefir and oats and set aside for 10-15 mins. Peel and grate the pear. Stir in the grated pear. Add all the other ingredients and mix well.
    2. Heat the butter in the frying pan and add the batter in tablespoonfuls. Cook all the pancakes and serve with jam poured over.

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30th Jul, 2012
These sounds amazing, and I think I will try and make them eventually, perhaps with a few tweaks of my own. I'm from Norway, but live in the UK, and sadly we don't have "kefir" or soured milk, as it would translate to. Not that I know of anyway! What I have done before though, whenever I was making "krydderkake" (spice cake) that required kefir, I mixed some sour cream with some milk, and it did came out really nice and soft. I've had a look at your recipes, and they all look really tasty! Kommer nok til å lage noen av disse, ja :)
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