The other i made some fluffy pancake which was well received by the kids. Today jiejie requested for some berries ones. And we had yogurt that had strawberries bits in it so I decided to use that and added in some blueberries to make a summer berries yogurt pancake.
They simply love it… pardon me for the ugly cuts… Lol I had to faster use a butter knife and cut it to snap a pic and they kidnapped it the next moment.
The batter is a bit thicken then the fluffy pancake which was smoother and easier to spread. This one, you have to give it a little spread out with your spoon.
Testing out before giving it to the kiddos. Firm but fluffy inside. Even when it’s cool down and leave for awhile… it is still soft, never harden up like some pancake which must be serve hot.
Make 6 big ones or 7 (1-1/2 tbslp scope size)
100g cake flour
1 tblsp. sugar
1 tblsp. corn starch
1/2 tblsp. baking powder
a pinch of salt
1 egg – my egg is 65g including shell
90ml strawberry yogurt
1 tblsp. Corn oil
10 blueberries – cut into 4s
1. Sift in dry ingredients (A) in a bowl and mix well with a Hand whisk.
2. Beat an egg in a different bowl, add yogurt, and mix well.
3. Add the dry ingredients (1.) 1/3 at a time, and mix just until you don’t see any lumps of flour.
4. add in the blueberries follow by corn oil and mix again. *DO NOT mix too much! the batter is slightly thick.. it’s OK.. it be better after resting it.
5. Cover with plastic wrap and leave to set for 5 minutes.
6. Meanwhile, heat a non-stick frying pan over low flame.
7. pour about 1.5 tblsp of the batter onto the pan, and cook until bubbles appear on the surface..I had a lid to cover the pan.
8. Flip with a spatula, then cook for a minute until browned on the other side. Repeat the steps to complete the rest.
As my egg is bigger so I reduced the liquid. If not the batter will be too thin and pancake won’t be fluffy.
I find that covering the batter while waiting for the bubbles to be formed helps to make it more fluffy.
Replacement of flour, yes but I have to let us know the texture will be differ as well. You can use plain flour + baking powder or self raising flour and omit the baking powder.
Replacement of oil, I would recommend corn oil, sunflower oil, grape oil, olive oil .. not those cooking oil like knife brand etc
Balance pancakes which you can’t finished or you wanna make extra
You can wrap in a plastic wrap and freeze to eat later.
Microwave for a minute and you can enjoy fresh and fluffy pancake:)