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June 12 2019

Eggless pancakes

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So. One of the kids needed to be egg-free for a while. Swedish pancakes are a necessity though so we had to figure out how to make a good version. These are just as good as "regular pancakes", but can be a little harder to flip. I'm sorry - no great pic - but the recipe is worth saving.

Eggless pancakes
serves 2-3

200 ml flour Pinch of salt Pinch of sugar 1 tbsp corn starch 3 tbsp oil 375 ml milk

Stir together all the dry ingredients, add oil and milk. Fry in butter until starting to turn golden at the edges, flip and cook through.


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