Does what it says on the tin: simple, tasty vegan pancakes. These pancakes have very few ingredients, are easy to make, and as tasty as a very tasty thing. Even your animal eating friends will enjoy them.
These are Dutch style pancakes, which are thinner and larger than American pancakes; they are generally not seen as a breakfast food, but hey, whatever spins your beanie.
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Step 1: Ingredients
You will need:
- 1 kilogram of flour
- 1,5 liters of Apfelschorle or 1 liter of apple juice + 1/2 liter of sparkling water
- 1 pack of baking powder (15 grams)
- small teaspoon of salt
- your favourite frying oil
- one or more frying pans
To elaborate: what I'm calling baking powder is usually a mixture of monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate and cornstarch.
Step 2: Mix It Up
Combine flour, baking powder and salt in a big bowl.
Add the apfelschorle or the other liquids gradually while mixing.
Keep mixing until you have a smooth, runny batter.
Step 3: Heat It Up
Heat up your frying pans and put a few drops of oil in each.
Put a scoop of batter in one of them, and tilt the pan slightly to cover the whole surface of the pan.
Allow the batter to set, and the pancake to turn a nice, golden brown before you flip it.
Step 4: Stack It Up
Bake your pancakes nice and brown on both sides, and stack them on a plate.
Step 5: Gobble It Up
Have your piping hot pancakes with any of the following:
- bacon (if you're one of those people)
- chocolate spread
... and whatever else seems good to you.
Enjoy! Eet smakelijk!
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