Serves around 3, depending on age, appetite, and how much of a pancake fiend you are…
100g flour (SR for light fluffy pancakes, but plain is fine too)
100ml milk
1 egg
1 apple, very finely sliced
Handful of sultanas (50g approx)
2 tbsp oil
Finely slice the apple, I used a vegetable peeler, and pop to one side.
Add the flour to a mixing bowl.
Break in the egg, pour in the milk and mix together with a fork to form a smooth batter.
Heat the oil in a frying pan and add a tablespoon of batter for a small pancake, or a scant ladle for a larger one. Press pieces of apple into the top. Cook on a medium heat for two minutes on each side, until golden.
Repeat until all of the batter is used up.
Serve in a heap with optional butter, lemon and sugar – but I think the apples and sultanas make them quite sweet enough!
I made my leftover apple slices into apple crisps for SB – i’ll blog the recipe shortly.
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