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Skarla



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 6:16 am
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Not something to make if you are watching the calories!

American-style pancakes work better for this than the french style ones. Also works best with two people, one to make the pancakes, one to deal with everything else.

Make your favourite pancake batter
Acquire a large cooking apple or two smaller eating apples (works just as well) and a tub of honey or golden syrup.
Dried fruit and cinnamon optional.

While one person is mixing the pancake batter, peel the apple and chop into quarters. Half the quarters sideways and then slice thinly.

Fry the apple slices on quite a medium to high heat (depending on how good your stove is) while frying the pancakes until golden/crispy. Dried fruit and/or cinnamon can be added at this stage.

Once you have a sizable stack of pancakes, start layering.

Pancake
Apple
Pancake
Syrup/honey
Pancake
Apple
Pancake etc etc...

Divide the stack by as many people as want to eat. My boyfriend and I found it was quite good as a saturday morning breakfast, as it takes a little long for any other time.

Enjoy!
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GilShalos



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 2:52 pm
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Out of curiousity... what makes a pancake american style or french?

I assume it's not something as radically different as american waffles (sorta pancakey) vs british waffles (potato) *lol*
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julie
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 6:05 pm
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American pancakes are thicker and heartier. That's assuming by French pancakes, she means crepes, which are very thin and light. American pancakes are more cakey *g* I love either version.
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GilShalos



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PostPosted: Sat Jun 21, 2008 1:47 pm
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Ahh! I know crepe, I just never would have called it a pancake. *l*
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Skarla



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 10:59 am
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The brits call the pancakes that you make with baking powder/self raising flour 'american pancakes' and the french style either pancakes or crepes. :P But yeah, both are good...
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