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Jan 7th, 2014 at 7:27pm

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I have been on a search to make Big Fluffy Pancakes after enjoying this type at Cafe Primo Restaurants (They are a complimentary dessert)

Made some on my xmas holidays and very happy with the results.

More like a cake, but that's why they call them pan-CAKES  Smiley

I found a fine cake flour that read "for Fluffier and Lighter cakes", so gave this a go.

ingredients were: (not all in photo)
2 cups flour
2 eggs
2 Tbs Baking Powder
2 Tbs of the make-out-sugar
2 Tbs melted margarine
couple of splashes of vanilla essence
1 and a half cups milk

Topping used was passionfruit pulp/banana/grapes and thick dollop cream

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First ones didn't hold the shape

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But the following morning I flipped them while still in their big egg ring/small cake ring thing-ama-jig

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Reply #1 - Jan 7th, 2014 at 7:32pm

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YUM!!! I nearly gained weight just lookin' at those mate.  Grin

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Reply #2 - Jan 8th, 2014 at 9:21am

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How good to they look Shocked Shocked , Top job Rufz.
 
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They do taste as good as they look. Smiley Smiley

Made another batch this morning with same recipe but added some frozen blueberries.

A few pics to show the metal ring that I used cooking on the Hillbilly bluesteel frying pan.

Then tried a mini frying pan and over a slow heat they held shape perfectly.

If anyone decides to make a batch, make sure that you put the batter in the fridge for about 1 hour  Wink Smiley

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Reply #4 - Jan 13th, 2014 at 9:48pm

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In a word, "Beautiful".  Cheesy
 

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Beautiful? Surely you can do a one word description better than that Tongue

Magnificent, stupendous, brilliant, worlds-best comes to mind  Smiley
 

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Might try this recipe in a muffin tray.  The mini muffin ones Smiley
 

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Dont go putting too many blueberries in. You wont have enough room for the mix Smiley
 

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Because the mini muffins are so small I was thinking maybe make the batter without the blueberries.  Half fill the muffin cup with batter, pop in a blueberry and then top it up.   Wink

I also have an Ableskiver pan where I could do the same.  Actually this recipe has started me thinking of all sorts of variations.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%86bleskiver
 

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substitute the milk with buttermilk and they will be even better as the lactic acid in the milk makes CO 2
from the baking powder

ps there is a recipe on the dairyfarmers  buttermilk carton
 
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