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Light fluffy pancake recipe is sure to be one’s favorite at breakfast time. Just like other people these are my absolute favorite. I love pancake so much that I can’t put anything on them…lol.
Saturdays mornings just aren’t complete without a steaming stack of pancakes. So, there is good news for pancake lovers, making the best-ever breakfast pancake is now super simple and easy. With this recipe you can make soft and pillowy pancakes with a mouthwatering flavor.
Preparation time Cook time Total time
10 minutes 20 minutes 30 minutes
INGREDIENT (650 g batter)
Pastry flour 200g
Baking powder 12g
Malted milk powder 20g
Whole milk 240g
Melted butter 60g
Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl and put aside.
With a stir, mix wet ingredients that is milk and egg in a bowl and gradually add dry mixture while stirring until batter just come together.
Melt butter on the stove or in the microwave.
Pour your melted butter into the batter and stir gently to incorporate.
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Put a non-stick dry pan on a medium heat. Spoon some batter into a small circle, and rotate the spoon to pile the batter into a little mound. Then step back. Don’t move the pancakes around. Just give them time to gently cook through, monitoring your heat so they don’t scorch on the bottom.
Once air bubbles begin to form on the top and steam is puffing out, it’s time to flip. If you’ve got fancy flipping skills, this is your time to shine. If you just want to use a spatula, just be gentle so you don’t splatter the raw batter when you flip the light fluffy pancake recipe. Continue cooking on the other side until you’ve achieved golden-brown perfection.
Damn, they fluffy. Add syrup and butter, or strawberries and mint, or eggs and bacon. It’s your breakfast—cherish it.
TIP: Don’t over mix. Too much gluten development will lead to a firmer, tougher pancake. Mix the batter just enough to hydrate the dry ingredients, then stop.
Leave the batter after mixing, if you want the pancakes to be light and fluffy.