today we will be making Pannekoeken which is the Dutch version of pancakes.
Pannekoeken are a bit ticker than French crepes but a lot flatter than American pancakes. This recipe isn't as simple as the last 2 but once you get the hang of it, its a super easy dish to make.
a little butter to bake in
step 1: break the eggs into a bowl and beat them lightly until it become’s smooth and yellow.
step 2: stir the milk into the mixture
step3: while stirring add the flour little by little and keep stirring until you get a smooth mixture.
step 4: let the mixture rest for about 30 minutes.
step5: heat up a little bit of butter in a frying pan.
step 6:get yourself a big spoon en use it to pour the mixture into the pan. try to cover the whole surface of the pan, but keep in mind it should be a thin layer.
step7: now wait patiently for the batter to solidify before you flip the pancake. I always shift the pan a little to make sure the pannekoek doesn't stick to the pan.
step8: after the pannekoek has been cooked on both sides transfer it to a plate and cover with another plate to keep the pannekoeken warm until you finish making all the pannekoeken.
step9: enjoy your pannekoeken with sugar, syrup or anything you can imagine. Just spread your filling on top of the pannekoek, roll it up and slice into little pieces.
What do you like to eat on your pannekoek?
also check out the other simple recipe's
week 1 French toast
week 2 chicken nuggets
week 4 yet to come