Breakfast Recipes - Pancakes

After my previous post about Knowing a vegetable, I wondered what I write about next. That is when I was struck with this thought of writing about breakfast recipes while having a conversation with a friend of mine.
There are a lot of requests from people I know to understand how to go about preparing a few dishes served for breakfast like the waffles, french toasts, etc., A breakfast as the name suggests is to break the 8 to 10 hr fasting that our bodies have gone through. A very important meal of the day and it need to be very nutritious and healthy to keep yourself going for the entire day.

A breakfast need to be packed with energy and you would not have missed that most of the breakfast dishes are sweet. The reason for sweetness is this, sugar equals calories, calories equals energy, the more the energy the better the day.

There is a good saying "Eat breakfast like a King, Lunch like a queen and supper like a pauper" So with this new series on breakfast I would like to start this series with pancakes.
Pancakes are flour based and once cooked are served with any sauce, honey or jams


2 1/2 cups - Flour
1/3 cup - Sugar
3 tsps -Baking powder
2 cups - Milk
2 nos - Eggs (beaten)
1/3 cup - Vegetable oil

Cooking Instructions :

- Mix all the dry ingredients in large bowl.
- Add the liquids to the bowl and fold the ingredients together, ensure there are no lumps in the batter
- Pour the batter on hot, lightly greased griddle.
- Flip when bubbles cover exposed pancake side.
- Makes about 14 pancakes

You can add berries to the pancakes and serve with butter and syrup, cinnamon sugar or jam. In the forthcoming posts I would write about recipes to prepare sauces for the pancakes.
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