Friday, 7 August 2015

1 Egg 1 Banana pancakes


Ingredients
1 egg
1banana

Makes 6 small pancakes




Place ingredients in a jug.

Using the kitchen vibrator blend to a smooth batter.
Heat a non-stick pan, not too high a heat though, I have my knob pointed at four. Pour 3 small rounds, about the size of a fried egg and cook for 2 minutes. If you had purchased your 'non stick' pan from Morrisons supermarket then you will need to lubricate the 'non-stick' pan with oil to stop it from sticking.

Flip pancakes over and cook for a further 2 minutes.
Enjoy!





18 comments:

  1. I don't know...it seems so complicated for a kitchen klutz like myself.

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    1. Same here. My first attempt was a complete disaster I made a large one and I couldn't get the spatula to loosen the middle of the pancake from the pan, I ended up with scrambled eggs with burnt bits.

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  2. Brilliantly recipe!

    PS: Did Carmen have any difficulty scrubbing the "non-stick" pan?

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    1. All the good cooks know never to wash or scrub frying pans, just a quick wipe out with a paper towel.

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  3. Get in! Lairy Berry would be proud. My non stick pan is non stick from Sainsburys so I'll have to lubricate with half a pound of butter in the cooking in Wales way but not the Last Tango way.
    xx

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    1. Best butter for frying! I've never heard the likes, What's wrong in using good old fashioned lard?

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    2. Yup. 'Tis the Welsh way. A full Welsh is always fried in butter with a bit of laverbread for those who can stomach it. Lard is for the chips.

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  4. The window box looks lovely...

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    1. And so easy to look after too.

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  5. Fabulous, sweetie, I'm always on the lookout for ways to use up old bananas because I never eat as many as I buy.

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    1. Don't be tempted to make one large pancake you'll end up with scrambled eggs.

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  6. Great reduce-to-the-max attitude ! Do you think a bit of coconut flake would fit in ? Nuts or almond eventually. Do you serve the cakes with tea or coffee ? A little blop of Nutella on top right before serving perhaps ...

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    1. Perhaps Mitzi should open her own cafe... I think it would be a winner.
      Sx

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    2. Is this something you call "a bun" in English ? That would make Mitzi "a bunny"
      BTW what happened to "Caffe C" ? Is it finally closed by the authorities ?

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    3. Cafe C is still alive and well in Dorchester!
      Sx

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    4. You can call them crepes, drop scones, griddle cakes but never a bun. Buns are individual cakes baked in paper cases not to be confused with bread buns (Brötchen) we don't have an official name for those as each region have their own different name for them.

      When I was a young teen, I had a weekend job in a café of ill-repute, any uneaten sausages left by the customer were wiped clean of sauce and put back in the bain marie for the next customer and unused milk was poured back into the carton. Fancy a cuppa? No wonder the owner of the café could afford to swan around in a B-reg Mini Metro.

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  7. Mmm, bet it's tasty AF! Sucks I'm not into cooking, though.

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