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They were beautiful. However I would like to refine my technique. Reach into your fertile womb and teach me your secrets to the art of pancake making TSR!

My recipe:

One spoon milk, one spoon sugar, one spoon flour, one spoon butter, one egg.

Mix with a spoon and put on a lightly greased frying pan.

Lather with jam and wrap it around a banana like a virgins lips suckling a throbbing penis.

Eat with a glass of milk.
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English pancakes?

1/2lb flour
½ tbsp salt
2 eggs
1 pint milk
1 tbsp hot water


Use a knob of butter on a fork to grease the pan.

...this makes a lot but they're really good and I like eating them for breakfast the next day. Sugar and lemon and golden syrup :coma:
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But they'd be all salty. Salty!.
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(Original post by reems23)
But they'd be all salty. Salty!.
Not at all, there's hardly any salt in there.
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Hmmmm. Hmmmmmmm.
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God damn, if people keep talking about cakes and pancakes sooner or later I'm going to crack and go into the kitchen to make something, and then I'll wake up my sleep-deprived housemate, who'll murder me, and then tsr will have blood on its hands.

Does anyone know if leaving the pancake batter to rest for half an hour actually makes a difference?
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Pancakes are the only thing I can make!

But I don't follow a recipe... I do it the way my mum showed me :P.

I just dump a load of flour in... judge it by eye. Pour a bit of sugar in, and mix. Then add two eggs, mix it all together. Slowly add milk while still mixing it. Again, not sure how much milk I use... I just add it until it seems the right consitency. I add cinammon if I want some spice, or some maple syrup if I want something really sweet. (yes, to the mix! :P)

Then use groundnut oil to lube the pan. Loverrrly. No salt and no butter.
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add cinammon
cinammon
cinammon
cinammon
Oh dear lord, yes. Idea :idea2:. It'd work beautifully with the banana.
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Eat with a glass of milk.
You should eat with your mouth, it'll taste nicer that way...

Also, I find a large spray of lemon juice and a diabetical helping of sugar applied both on top of the pancake before rolling and then more on top once rolled into a cigar shape is the only complement to a pancake.
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Lemon ruins the pancake. Jus' sayin'.
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Thanks all for making me really hungry. I don't even have anything to eat.
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Eggy Toast. Go go go.
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Doesn't matter but it must have HUGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEE AMOUNTS OF SUGAR ! The sweeter the better :sexface:
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crepessss
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crepessss
How are pancakes different to crepes? I have always wondered.
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Omg I feel the need to go make pancakes now! Mmmm lemon and sugar is the way FORWARD!
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(Original post by reems23)
How are pancakes different to crepes? I have always wondered.
crepes are thinner and often crispier/more fat in them

They hold and compliment fillings better :P
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How are pancakes different to crepes? I have always wondered.
English pancakes are smaller and thicker. Crepes on the other hand are simply awesome.
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How are pancakes different to crepes? I have always wondered.
Depends what you mean by a pancake then - they're usually thicker and more fluffy than crepes.
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I understand. Crepes are the things they engorge with nutella :sogood:.
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