Let's face it: everybody loves pancakes (well, apart from my sister, but she's the first person I've met so far who doesn't!). In my family we only ever eat pancakes on pancake day - they're a massive treat and something I always look forward to. However, since moving to uni I've made them pretty much a part of my staple diet. They add a little extra bit of happiness to my day. They're also ridiculously easy to make once you get the recipe right, so I thought I'd share this with you.
Ingredients (makes 1 serving):
100ml soya milk
2oz wholewheat flour
Extra virgin olive oil
Fresh lemon juice and demerara sugar to top
1.) Chop up the banana and place in a blender. Add the egg, flour and soya milk.
It may not loo pretty, but it tastes delicious!
2.) Blend for two to three minutes. This ensures that you don't end up with lumps of banana in your pancakes.
3.) Put a tiny bit of extra virgin olive oil in a frying pan. Allow it to heat and then pour a reasonably small amount of the mixture in. I much prefer thin pancakes because they cook better with this recipe.
4.) Fry for a couple of minutes on both sides.
5.) Squeeze some lemon juice and sprinkle a little bit of sugar on the top. Enjoy!