Pancakes Ready to Eat

Santiago’s Pancakes

Basics, Easy to make, Memory Lane

Spanish Version

I have never considered myself as an expert, I think one learn something new everyday, with this said i felt greatly rewarded when one of my teammates from the swimming team, asked me to teach him how to make pancakes over a text message.

I Remember that i made my first pancakes when I was a child, one of those weekend mornings where i waked up early than mom, I want to the kitchen with the Idea to make breakfast for everyone by myself, then i went to my mothers room and wake her up and ask her for the recipe, she replied in-between waking and sleep,”Its one of each”.

Uh? One of each? what a Fastastic way to make a recipe! so here it goes…

One of each!

INGREDIENTS

1 cup of flour

1 Large egg

1 Tbsp oil

1 cup milk

1 Tbsp Sugar

1 tsp Baking Powder

1 pinch of salt

PREPARATION

In a bowl mix all the ingredients until betting a smooth texture.

Put a griddle or pan on mid high, once hot put a little bit of oil so the pancake doesn’t stick to the pan.

With a ladle pour some batter on the pan until getting some bubbles over the edges and those turn into small orifices, flip it and cook for 30 seconds aprox.

Once done proceed with the rest of the batter, and serve with butter and honey.

This article picture was taken by Santiago, my teammate. I don’t remember those first pancakes, but I can still hear some complains about not doing the dishes after that.

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