Quick And Thin Crepe-Like Pancakes...this recipe is one of those fix-it-and-forget-it. Yep, it is as easy as that. Save your money buying pancake mix from the store. Just forget it. Everything is from your pantry staples. You will not believe how easy to make a delicious dish starting from scratch is.
Prep Time: 5 Minutes Cook Time: 12-15 Minutes Serving: 3-4
I can't remember how I came up this recipe. But I still remember that I have been making it since 2002. At that time, my (fiance then) husband and I just moved in and lived together. I made this pancake recipe for brunch one day. Since then, it got stuck with him that when it comes to pancakes, it must be like this. His family loves it. Even our little one loves it, too.
After this recipe, I played with it and paired it with many other ingredients. After a while, it earned me a nickname from my sister-in-law, "pancake queen". (I promise that I will share with you later about some other recipes expanded from this original pancake recipe.) But for now, let's check this out and enjoy.
Although I make this quick and thin crepe-like pancakes recipe countless time, I still find the first pancake could be the most challenging one. Sometimes, the first pancake may not turn out as good as it is supposed to be. So, don't get discouraged. It may need more time to cook. It may be over cooked.
In my situation, that first one is usually not cooked enough to let it form the shape. Then, when I flip it over, it gets all wrinkled up. But it is still edible. Once I pass that first one, it will be fine. The point is....if I can do it, so do you.
I sometimes mix the pancake batter the night before because my schedule is too tight to wait for it sitting 30 minutes. Don't be surprised. After a night, the batter will separate into layers which are oil, water and flour. So, it looks brownish yellow.
No worry. There is nothing wrong with the batter. All you need to do is to whisk to combine everything together again. Then, you are good to go. Have fun cooking.
P.S. Can be doubled.
1 cup All Purpose Flour
1 cup Whole Milk
1 cup Water
1 pinch Salt
1/2 cup Canola Oil
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
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