Thursday, 15 June 2017

Neil's Pancake

Out of so many pancake recipes that I had tried, I think I love Neil's Pancake the most.

It is fluffy and yet full of flavour.  While browsing my old blog, I remembered this recipe and decided to document it here.

If your kid wants to prepare something special for Father's Day, why not give this a try.

I am sure it will make good memories.

What you need:

280g plain flour
8g baking powder
78g castor sugar
½ tsp salt
3 egg, separated
1½ cup milk
85g melted unsalted butter
1 tsp vanilla


Sift flour and baking powder. Add sugar and salt together into a large bowl.

Whisk yolks, milk, melted butter and vanilla together.

Whisk wet mixture into the dry mixture. Should be slightly lumpy.

Whip the egg white until medium peak. Not stiff. Do not over whipped the egg whites.

Gently fold in half of the egg white into the egg batter with a large spatula. Then for the the remaining egg white.

The batter should be slightly lumpy and have large parts of the egg whites not fully incorporated.

Heat pan and lightly oiled the pan with a kitchen towel.  Ladle a scoop of the batter and pour into the hot pan.

Flip over once brown to cook the other side.

Serve warm with cream and strawberries.



  1. These pancakes certainly look soft and fluffy! Thanks for sharing the recipe.


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