APPLE & SULTANA PANCAKES
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)
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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Categories: BREAKFASTS, Recipes & Food, VEGETARIAN
This has made me crave pancakes! They look delicious. I only have bananas to hand, so I think banana pancakes are on the menu for a supper treat.
My mother was Polish and we often had apple pancakes and I still make them for my daughter they are heaven on a plate.I have not tried them with sultanas and they look good too!
These look delicious! I quite often make Welsh cakes as a quick and easy treat and I make drop scones and pancakes. Why have I never thought of adding fruit to the batter? I know the family will love them! Brilliant idea.
That’s breakfast at the weekend sorted. These look great.
I’ve been wondering what to do with the last of my glut of eating apples this year. Sorted!
The sultanas aren’t mentioned in the instructions? Ate mine with honey and yoghurt.
These look lovely! My mum used to put currants in pancakes, served with lemon and a little sugar, and it would recommend giving them a try.
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I made these for breakfast on Sunday and used a few dried apricots instead of sultanas. They were great with a spoonful of greek youghurt.
These are lovely. I served them with creme fraiche and maple syrup.
Had these for a Sunday morning treat. Delicious! Thanks Jack 🙂
Utterly lovely this morning, quick to prep and my 3 year old and 16 month old merrily chomped their way through them, I nearly missed out!
I like this one. I’ve not used sliced apple in pancakes before. I do use powdered milk made up whenever there is a call for milk in cooking. You can’t taste the difference and it is much cheaper. Also I can make up just as much as I need.