Good Old Fashioned Pancakes: There is a GREAT whim that I have had in this pregnancy (well several, sweet humitas, you say ??) and that has lasted for me … until today (let’s blame lactation ???) and those are the small pancakes and little ones, spongy, as the gringos serve you, so after deciding to look for places that sell them, I preferred to look for recipes to make at home, and that’s how I found this recipe by my sister Jeny, Foodie Extraordinaire, on her page Pinch of Salt, and here I present them today.
They are delicious but SUPER delicious and super easy to prepare, it is ideal to make it with the boys for a weekend and to treat the whole family with something sweet and warm.
- 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour
- 3 ½ teaspoons baking powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon white sugar
- 1 ¼ cups milk
- 1 egg
- 3 tablespoons butter, melted
- Separate the yolks and the whites into two bowls. In the one of the yolks, add the flour, the baking powder and the milk. Now beat until creamy.
- On the other hand, beat the whites and salt until reaching a point of snow and unite the two masses.
- Now, heat the pan over medium heat and add a little butter (the salt that the butter has gives it a special taste) and add a little dough. For me the ideal measurement was that of a soup ladle and porfa, make it slow, place it gently and patiently on the hot frying pan so that they look nice. Do not be mad because this is how they go wrong, believe me (Been there, done that).
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- Look, after each pancake, you will probably have to put a little butter back (it is coffee spoon size) so they don’t burn and look wonderful.
We eat them with honey, the old-fashioned way, but Jeny recommends serving them also with sugar and butter or delicacy, or in any case, you can add blueberries or sliced bananas to the dough, even with chopped or striped apples and they are wonderful.
Per Serving:158 calories; 5.9 g total fat; 38 mg cholesterol; 504 mg sodium. 21.7 g carbohydrates; 4.5 g protein; Full Nutrition