For the last week I have been going on asking my daughter do you want to have pancakes, when you are back from school (thinking in my mind if I make them I can send it for Srivalli's Dosa Mela. She had said we can also make pancakes too for the event :-))))
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And everyime I got the answer from my daughter, no not today.Last Friday I ask her again do you want me to make pancakes..... and she replied again NOPE. She love these pancakes but you know how teenager girls are.....So yesterday evening I announced to my daughter and hubby I am going to make pancakes on Moday as it is almost the last day to send the entry for the Dosa Mela.
And then my daughter replied, oh that is why for the last week you have been going on asking me do you want to have pancakes.
You know, I didn't want to tell them I was intrested in making panckes only for the Dosa Mela.
I wanted to give them the impression, i was making the pancakes for them and not for the blog ;-)
Well didn't work I had to tell them the truth................
In belgium these pancakes are really famous. You will see them served in every coffee shops .You can have them with brown sugar, jam etc................
200 gm plain flour
Pinch of salt
600 ml milk
2 tbsp buter/oil
Brown Sugar/Jam for serving
Butter for serving
Mix all the ingridients in a bowl and leave it for 10 minutes.
Heat a little oil in a pan.
Pour in just enough batter to thinly coat the pan.
Cook for 1- 2 minutes, untill golden brown, turn or toss the other side and cook the second side untill golden brown.
Transfer the pancake to a plate and keep hot.
Repeat with the remaining batter to make the rest of the pancakes.
Serve them with butter and sugar/Jam.
You can also make the pancakes and then reheat them in the MW before serving them.