July 31, 2012

Jamie Oliver's Pancake ~ Cook Like a Chef (July 2012)

Pancake is a very light and simple snack. Can i say that?? But it can be very delicious. Shawn, Samson and Seanan loves pancake, i used to make the Nigella version for them..here..They like it plain but sometimes i do spread a little something for them.


This time i wanted to do another version for my boys, that is Jamie Oliver's version. I found Jamie's version is so fluffy, soft and thick. Fillings can be added while cooking  and that is so cool..^^ 


This pancake can be made to prefection straight away. Simple, simple, simple and my Jools (for me is my boys) goes mad for them..hehe this is how Jamie express his pancake...^^ 


 ~Add 3 small balls of my homemade cream cheese mango ice cream and drizzle with some  honey ~

 ~This is Shawn's snack box for him to bring to school for morning break
He like his with a spread of Nutella~

 ~This is Samson's snack box
He like his with a spread of strawberry jam~

 ~This is for Seanan snack box to bring to nanny's house~

Pancakes
Recipe from Jamie Oliver (The Naked Chef 2)
Ingredients:
3 large eggs
1 cup flour (122 grams)
1 heaped tsp baking powder
1/2 cup milk (110ml)
pinch salt

To do:
1) Separate the eggs, putting the whites in 1 bowl and the egg yolks into another.
2)  Add flour, baking powder and milk to the egg yolks and mix into a smooth thick batter.
3) Whisk egg whites with the salt until they form stiff peaks. Fold into the batter and it is ready to use.
4) Heat a non stick pan on a medium heat. Pour a little oil (i used melted butter) onto some kitchen paper and spread onto the pan. Pour some batter into the pan and fry for a couple of minutes until it starts to look golden and firm. At this point, sprinkle your chosen flavouring( i used frozen blueberries) onto the uncooked side before loosening with a spatula and flipping the pancake over. Continue frying until both side are golden. 




 ~Pancake with honey and home made cream cheese mango ice cream..what do you think??

~see how fluffy and soft it is and the dark spot is blueberry~ 

~Just break into half and sandwich with drizzle of honey..taste so nice~ 



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27 comments:

  1. This simple recipe made to perfection by you!

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  2. Hi Emily,
    Thanks for compliments.
    This pancake is really simple to make and its really delicious.
    Have a wonderful week ahead..^^

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  3. This pancake is so fluffy. I love the picks u used, they are so cute.

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  4. looks good. the pancakes look so soft and moist.

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  5. Mui Mui, one of your pancakes look like having a pair of eyes there(blueberries in fact)!

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  6. nice nice hmmm...

    sure this if i make to my bb girl she must like it very much...

    thks for sharing ya :)

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  7. Doreen, passing a lovely award for you

    http://nothingbutangelinestory.blogspot.com/2012/08/a-good-start-and-nomination.html

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  8. Hi Mui Mui, this looks very delicious. I have made this a few times and its indeed very nice and very easy... so few ingredients :)

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  9. 嘿!你的pancake好可爱咧。。如好像好好吃,有机会一定来个尝试。

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  10. Pancakes is one of the great food that my son and I enjoy cooking together :D Yours look great and fluffy! Nice to know that this recipe is versatile allowing different variation of pancakes.

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  11. Lovely pancakes! Always a favourite in my house too, and they are easy to whip up in a jiffy!

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  12. Hi Mui Mui, wow! I love this pancakes of yours! Looks really good....love the colours and texture.
    You are very good, outstanding!
    Its a good breakfast, and here in Canada we have it with maple syrup and strawberries.

    There is nothing more appealing on this planet than that of a beautiful mother or wife in the act of cooking for her loved ones.

    Mui Mui, here's a Canadian pancake recipe for you.
    Canadian Sweet corn pancakes.

    Ingredients
    6 eggs, separated (Note: to separate eggs, crack the egg and allow just the white to fall into a bowl, holding the yolk in one of the shell halves.

    Transfer the yolk back and forth between the two shell halves, being careful not to break it, until all the white has dripped into the bowl. Put the yolk into a separate bowl.)

    ¼ cup half-and-half
    1 Tablespoon sour cream
    ⅓ cup flour
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    ½ cup corn (may be fresh or frozen corn kernels)
    Vegetable oil to oil the pan

    Procedure
    Beat the egg whites until they hold soft peaks when the beaters are lifted up.
    In another bowl, combine the egg yolks, half-and-half, and sour cream.

    Gradually add the dry ingredients to the egg yolk mixture. Add the beaten egg whites, using a gentle stirring motion to combine them with the yolk mixture.

    Add the corn, and stir gently. Pour a small amount of oil into a non-stick pan and heat it over medium heat.
    Drop batter, about 1 Tablespoonsful at a time, into the pan for each pancake and cook until golden brown on each side.
    Have fun.

    Then send me telegram come for coffee, ha ha.
    You have a nice day, and keep a song in your heart.
    Lee.

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  13. wow,really looks fluffy & tasty..
    wish to make some foe my kids this weekend,tks for sharing...my deareat Doreen。。。^^

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  14. Hi Dearest Fion,
    Thanks! This is a great snack for kids. It is light and you can spread or add on what ever filling while cooking it. Try sweet corn it is really nice. 孩子会很喜欢吃噢(^.^)

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  15. Hi uncle lee thanks for the good words.
    you are so nice to me, always give me recipes.
    Ok ok I will make this Canadian pancake and poslaju to Uncle and auntie lee...hehe

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  16. Hi Angel, thanks for compliments.
    Yes, I love this cute animal picks very much too. It's a gift from a dear friend...hehe
    Have a lovely week ahead.

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  17. Hi Angeline,
    Yes, it is soft and nice. It's the beaten egg white that gives it the fluffy and softness.
    Thanks for compliments...^^

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  18. Hi Joyce,
    Yes..yes..this is so easy..^^
    happy I tried it...thanks :)

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  19. Hi Zoe,
    My boys love this JO version pancake.
    They also enjoy helping to cook it..hehe
    Thanks and have a lovely week ahead..:)

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  20. Hi Jess,
    I only notice it when you mention. Yah, its like a smiley face if I add a strawberry jam squeeze for the smiling mouth..hehe great idea hor...next time I will do that..:D

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  21. Hi Mich,
    Yes they tasted great, don't they??..:)

    Hi kym,
    Thanks for compliment and your welcome I am glad to share such lovely recipe...^^

    Hi Sharon,
    Thanks for compliments.

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  22. 水晶,
    这个真的很柔软, 好好吃。你做一定比我的美。
    快快做了请我吃。。嘻嘻

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  23. looks really fluffy and so cute that you used those picks, i want to transform into a kid and eat these!

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  24. Hi Mui Mui, delicious pancake. Look so fluffy. yum yum

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  25. Your pancake look really fluffy and good.

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  26. Hi Lena,
    Come transform yourself and enjoy my pancake..lol
    Sometimes i have to add something interesting for my kids to love their food..hehe

    Hi Amelia,
    Thanks for compliments..^^

    Hi Sonia,
    Thanks for compliments..:)

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