Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Super soft Butter milk pancakes

Have you woken up on a Saturday itching your head about what to make for breakfast??This saturday morning i woke up exactly like that.And I thought let me make some pancakes.Now my LM won't even touch pancakes but even she had these with what turns out to be her favourite topping...take a wild guess??...condensed milk!!!


I used to be always fascinated by none other than Nigella Lawson making these little beauties on tv.At one time i was so obsessed with these I used to make them every weekend.Then i got a little too conscious about all the flour its got.But its a good breakfast for kids.These should be good enough with whole wheat flour but this time i stuck to all purpose flour.


Any fresh fruit crush or jam should taste beautiful with these fluffy pancakes.I had black currant jam in hand and DH enjoyed it with some honey, butter, jam and the winner for both dad and daughter was condensed milk!


Preparation time: 30 minutes (including cooking time)

You need 

All purpose flour 1 cup
Cold Milk 1 cup + lemon juice from a wedge of small lemon
Egg 1 large
Curd 2 tsp
Pinch of salt
Baking powder 1/4 tsp
Baking soda 1/4 tsp
Sugar 2-3 tsp
Vanilla essence 1 and half tsp
Vegetable oil/butter 2-3 tsp


  •  Whisk an egg in a wide mouthed bowl, until pale yellow.Add milk and lime mixture with curd and mix well.
  • Add the oil and vanilla essence and mix well.
  • Now add the flour, salt,sugar, baking powder and soda and mix all until well combined.
  • Heat the pan/griddle and pour ladle-fulls of the mix, when tiny bubbles appear on the edges/throughout the top of the pancake, its ready to be flipped over.
  • Repeat until you finish off all the batter.


almost gone!


  • Serve the pancakes hot with any favourite toppings of your choice - jam,honey,butter,chocolate sauce or even condensed milk and don't forget to grab your hot cup of coffee to go along!
Tips :
  • All purpose flour can very well be replaced with whole wheat flour, check out my whole wheat flour pancakes here.
  • If you're planning to use some super sweet topping like condensed milk or even honey you can reduce or totally cut down on the sugar in the pancake mix.

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