On Shrove Tuesday, Tess and I decided to celebrate by starting our morning in the kitchen at the pan, flipping. It doesn't take much to get us into the kitchen and it doesn't get much to get our brains scheming either. So with Shrove Tuesday come and gone, we were back at it again when the pancake-hankering or the creative culinary spirit struck once more.
We found the first recipe we used to yield rubbery results and decided to substitute other things for milk (aka the culprit) thanks to my father's insight. We tried orange juice, oat milk and just plain water. Experimenting further, we wanted to marry the flavour of orange juice pancakes with the perfect texture of oat milk pancakes and voila, we've flipped into our favorite.
Tess & Stefan's Perfect Pancakes
1 egg plus 1 egg yolk
115ml oat milk
115ml orange juice
125g plain flour
Mix egg, oat milk and orange juice. Pulse in blender a few times to mix.
Sift flour and add gradually to liquid mixture in blender (pulse a few times, don't go crazy) until all flour is added.
Pour into a bowl or make sure you can ladle from container to pan.
Heat pan and add a bit of butter. Should be nice and hot.
Add batter, spread it out, let it sit and bubble. Shake the pan and work your flippin' action.