Pancakes are no doubt one of the best things one can have for breakfast. It is nutritious, filling and yummy. It is however one thing to make pancakes and an entirely different thing to get it right. Some call the extra thin pancakes crepes while the thicker ones are referred to most people as pancakes. How much flour you add is what determines if it comes out thick or thin. Whatever the case, be sure to get your pancake right every time and this recipe will show you just how.
Add 3 cups of water, sugar, a pinch of salt, half tea spoon of dry Cameroon pepper and a dash of nutmeg.
While you stir with a pestle in your bowl, carefully and continuously add your flour. Do this until the mixture is moderate (not too thick or too watery) and without lumps. Mix continuously to get rid of all the lumps.
Bonus Tip: You can use a blender to get the perfect mix in a short time. Start with you liquid ingredients first then add the rest
Heat up your frying pan and add a little quantity of groundnut oil
Use a ladle to scoop the pancake mix and carefully pour into the hot pan of oil. Watch it while it turns golden brown and flip with a spatula to the other side. Do this until the mixture in the bowl is empty.
When done, your perfect pancake is ready to be served! It can be served alongside a special sauce, or honey syrup, sausage, strawberries or whatever creative side you come up with. Yum!