Banana pancakes 

​Monday morning.. the first Monday of Sep. Let’s have some banana pancakes for the kiddo holiday breakfast.

I been looking for a nice fluffy banana pancakes that isn’t too mashy in texture. Those I had tried before, I didn’t do a 2nd attempt because the kiddos doesn’t fancy it.

We finished all the serving made, every bite have bits of banana in it,

So if you like banana pancakes, this is worth a try.

(Using soup spoon to measure) I had 11 pancakes 

Ingredients:

A
100g cake flour

1 tblsp. sugar

1 tblsp. corn starch

1/2 tblsp. baking powder

a pinch of salt

1/2 tsp vanilla bean OR vanilla essence

1 egg – my egg is 65g including shell

90ml milk ( fresh milk/ full cream milk)

* if u r using (55g eggs without shell), use 100ml milk)

1 tblsp. Corn oil

3 -4 tablespoon diced banana ( do not add more then that)

( only diced the banana when you are ready to make your pancake, if not it will oxidize)

( adding into the batter)

( mix well)

Methods:  

1. Sift in dry ingredients (A) in a bowl and mix well with a balloon whisk.

2. Beat an egg in a different bowl, add milk, 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 oil and mix again. *DO NOT mix too much!
5. Cover with plastic wrap and leave to set for 5 minutes..after that add in the diced banana. Give it a stir to mix well.
6. Meanwhile, heat a non-stick frying pan over low flame. 

DO NOT spread oil or butter on your pan if you wanna a nicely brown crust on your pancakes.
7. pour about 1 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.

Notes:
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 u know the texture will be differ as well. If you are using self raising flour, 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
You can wrap in a plastic wrap and freeze to eat later.

Microwave for a minute and you can enjoy fresh and fluffy pancake:)

Spotted that pair of loitering legs… can’t wait to attack…  

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