We are in the fourth week of this month’s blogging marathon. This week’s theme is “Breakfast from different countries”. This is yet another difficult theme for me as I had to look for eggless recipes. But then when I was looking at our typical breakfast I realized that we are having breakfast from different countries each day. :-) Waffles which is a typical Canadian breakfast is kiddo’s favorite. Our weekend Pancakes from US is everyone’s favorite. Of course I can’t skip our Poha and Idly and Dosa from our own country. The oats porridge that I take daily is a Scotland’s favorite breakfast recipe. Our yet another treat French Toast is an European favorite. See I am done with my 5 days recipe. ;-) The sixth one is going to be a secret.
So let me start with typical US breakfast – the famous Pancakes. Everyone in US would visited IHOP (International House of Pancakes). Pancakes loaded with syrup and orange juice.. yum yum yum..
Here is my eggless fluffy pancake recipe,
- All Purpose Flour -1 cup
- Sugar – 2 tsps
- Cinnamon powder – ½ tsp
- Baking powder – 2 tsp
- Milk – 1 cup (I used 2 %)
- Water – 1 tbsp
- vanilla Extract – 1 tsp
- Oil / Oil spray for preparing pancakes + 1 tbsp
- a pinch of salt
- Mix the flour, sugar, cinnamon powder, baking powder and the pinch of a salt.
- Now add the wet ingredients slowly. Vanilla Extract, Milk, Water and Oil and mix well.
- Let it sit for 20 minutes.
- Now heat the tawa or pan and spray it with oil.
- Add a ladle full of the pancake batter in the pan.
- Let it cook for a minute till the color changes. It will start forming bubbles on the surface and slowly puff up.
- Now flip it and cook the other side for 30 secs.
That’s it. Pancakes are ready. Enjoy it with your favorite fruit and syrup.
- You can replace APF with wheat flour.
- Add fruits of your choice and make it more healthier.
Sending this entry for Valli’s breakfast event.
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 56
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Mireille Roc (@ChefMireille) says
pancakes are everyones favorite isnt it
yeah very true.
Sneha datar says
Must have been enjoyable, am sure your kids relished these pancakes!..
They have turned out very good. My kids love these.
Suma Gandlur says
These are loved in my home too. They look good.
Soft & fluffy pancakes. My kids would love these.
I dont mind to start my day with this alluring eggless pancakes..
Wow..they look fantastic ! Mine never come out this good looking. Wondering if it’s because I don’t use APF. Whole wheat pastry flour is my flour of choice..I usually don’t even buy APF. I love the heartiness of WWPF but they don’t look this beautiful.
It could be. I never tried it with WWPF. May be try adding at least 2 tbsps of APF and the cooking time might be more yaar. This took 6 minutes in medium temp.
Very nice.. pan cakes look so soft, will be perfect for a sunday morning breakfast!
I agree.. Perfect for a sunday brunch
Yummm Sri :) This is one breakfast recipe that I am yet to try.. will use your recipe! :)
Sure Let me know how it turned out. I am having issues again with my posts showing up in the reader..
Chitra Jagadish says
Delicious pancakes, looks so soft and perfect..yumm
Well when one actually looks properly this list is not so tough!..good that you cracked it well..good one..
Vaishali Sabnani says
My niece loves any kind of pancakes and yours look delicious.
Traditionally Modern Food says
I have a kutti Pancake lover in home I should try yr version sometime.. Pancake looks soft and moist Sri
Pancakes looks so soft and yummy.
Breakfast is the least prepared breakfast in my home. Wish I could say I have an international breakfast almost everyday. My breakfast is simple, oat meal or cereal. Your pancakes look delicious.