Ready in 10 minutes
Delicious pancakes made with buttermilk and served with maple syrup.
1. Sieve the flour, baking powder and salt together in a roomy bowl and make a well in the centre. After that, whisk the buttermilk and water in a jug and gradually whisk into the bowl.
2. Slowly incorporate the flour with each new addition of liquid. Add the eggs a little at a time until you have a smooth batter.
3. Place a large, solid frying pan over a medium heat, add 2 tsp lard and heat it until the fat shimmers. Using 1 tbsp batter per pancake, place two or three spoonfuls into the pan.
4. They will take about a minute to turn golden brown, turn them over using a spatula and fork, being careful not to splash yourself with the hot fat.
5. Give them another 45 seconds on the other side, by which time they should have puffed up like little souffles, and then briefly rest them on some kitchen paper to absorb any excess fat.
6. Repeat with the rest of the batter, adding some more lard, if necessary. They will keep warm in a low oven, but to enjoy them at their best eat as soon as they come out of the pan.
Although I used butter for frying the first time I made these, I much preferred the flavour when using lard. They seem to taste a little lighter and fluffier, and the butter seems to infuse too much of it's own flavour, thus competing with the delicate acidity of the buttermilk.
Runescape55 4y agoAlthough this is a breakfast food, I added some crisp freshly cooked bacon to the batter before cooking and served as a starter. Lovely. :)
Simonspongebob 5y agoVery nice good receipe a great choice for breakfast
pattysjoe 7y agoPlease convert flour GRAMS to CUPS.