Eggless Pancakes



The first time i tasted Pancakes and maple syrup was when we were holidaying in Europe last year. Though i would always love to have perfect south Indian breakfast,i had to live on sandwiches, Toasts….:-)The welcome change was pancake. Loved the maple syrup too.That day my daughter suggested that we should be making pancakes at least once a week. I guess she wanted to escape the routine of Idli/Dosai :-)…Anyway back from the tour we fell into our daily routine totally forgetting the fluffy pancakes.Recently while i was out shopping i found the Ever Eluding Maple syrup on the shelf of Nilgiris Dept store. I could not resist picking up the bottle. Turned the bottle and had a look at the price tag….You guessed it right!!I nearly swooned:-)It costs a fortune here.Just quietly replaced it on the rack, but then i felt that Vibha would love to have it. So for once i can indulge and here comes my priced possession. Costs a whopping 750/-rs for this small bottle.
Anyway this morning i made these fluffy pancakes from cooks.com and it reminded my daughter of our trip to Europe!!!!!!!!!

INGREDIENTS

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DRY INGREDIENTS

All purpose flour 1 cup

Sugar 2 tsp

Baking powder 2 tsp

Cinnamon powder 2 tsp

WET INGREDIENTS

Milk 1 cup

Oil 1 tbsp

Water 1 tbsp

Melted butter 3 tbsp

Vanilla extract 1 tsp

PREPARATION

Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl.

Now add milk, oil, water and vanilla to this. Mix lightly.

Now melt the butter and add this to the batter and mix thoroughly.

Leave it aside for 5 minutes

Heat a pan/skillet and pour 2 ladles nearly 1/4 cup of batter into it. Cook on a very medium/low flame.

When bubbles appear on the surface flip the pancake and cook till golden brown

Serve warm with maple syrup or pan cake syrup


Sending this to Breakfast club-Pancakes started by Helen of Fuss Free flavours and hosted by Krithi’s Kitchen

Veena

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Thank you so much.. made it just now for my partner and we loved its fluffiness.. and the touch of cinnamon … yumm!! thank u

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