In my head, I want Sunday breakfasts to be special.
I also want Sunday lunches to be special, but I also don’t want to slog on Sunday or dress up to go out, so…
Still, Sunday morning breakfasts…
Today, I remembered Nigella Lawson’s pancake mix. You make up the dry mix in advance. When you want to make pancakes, you just add egg, milk and melted butter and that is that.
And, of course, you add bacon, sausages, stewed fruit, maple syrup, butter, and sugar and lemon to be eaten with the pancakes.
Makes Sunday mornings special – but easily…
|Nigella Lawson's pancakes|
4 cups plain flour
3 tbsp baking powder
2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
3 tbsp caster sugar
Mix together and store in a jar.
To make the pancakes:
1 cup prepared pancake mix
1 large egg
1 cup milk
1 tbsp melted butter
To prepare the pancakes, mix together the pancake mix, egg, milk and melted butter.
Heat a pan without oil.
Place spoonfuls of the pancake batter on the pan to make small rounds. When bubbles appear on the surface of the pancakes, flip over and cook on the other side till both sides are golden brown.
|The proof-of-the-making photograph!|
Main photograph: fotek/123rf