Who doesn’t love pancakes? I love both sweet and salty pancakes. They are perfect for a good brunch. But to be honest, I think I make salty pancakes more often than I do sweet pancakes. They are just amazeballs, cuz you can eat them any time of the day. Or even just as a snack, or to your afternoon cup of coffee or tea. You can even eat them cold, although they do taste incredible when they are warm/hot.
Time: 10 minutes preparation, 20 minutes frying
Ingredients for 4 portions:
- 4 eggs
- 400 gr all purpose flour
- 500 ml milk
- 200 gr grated cheese (I prefer a mild cheese like gouda)
- 200 gr cooked ham cut into small strips
- 25 gr chives chopped up finely
- 1 dash pepper
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp soy oil (for frying)
- Frying pan
- Large mixing bowl
Start by mixing all your ingredients, except for your oil, together into your large mixing bowl and use a whisk or a hand mixer to mix it up good. Then heat up a bit of your oil in your frying pan and start frying the pancakes at medium heat for about 1 to 2 minutes per side and flip it over. A little tip for those of who enjoy hot pancakes: once your pancake is done and you still have to wait until your fry up your whole batch, just stick them in your preheated oven at 60°C and cover them with aluminium foil to avoid them from drying out. Just stack them on top of each other on a simple plate. Just don’t forget the aluminium foil. Lecker smacker!