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Saturday, December 14, 2013
Not a Crêpe not a Pancake - but a French Pancake
Oops! After a couple of comments about the French Pancakes being good, but a bit 'runny' I took a look at the recipe posting. Mystery solved, I incorrectly posted a measurement. Sorry about that. Please give this another whirl - I guarantee you will love it!
In Canada we have this thing we call a "French Pancake." I have tried to explain this to my French friends here, but they think I am confused between either crêpes or French toast. It is neither. Therefore, in an effort to set the record straight, I have included a recipe for those who wish to give making it a whirl.
I used to make this breakfast dish about 4 days out of 7 a week. It was the go-to the comfort food of my family and friends - and basically the only thing that the picky eaters at the table would even consider. And now, for my skeptical readers, following is the recipe for what I refer to as "French Pancakes;
1/4 cup of white flour
1/4 cup of milk
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon of sugar
2 tablespoons of butter
1/3 cup of fruit (my preference is blueberries)
Whisk all ingredients together except butter and fruit until smooth. Melt butter and place in large pie plate, pour pancake mixture into pie plate and sprinkle fruit over poured mixture.
Bake in oven at 300 Fahrenheit (150 Celsius) for 20 minutes.
Everyone seems to enjoy this most with maple syrup drizzled over top. I am getting hungry just thinking about it…
(And yes I know the measurements are imperial :)
And that my lovely French friends is what we Canadians (or at least this one) call a French pancake. ;) Enjoy…