I’m guessing that many of you will have been looking enviously at pancake recipes over the last few days like the one above (and including our latest ones posted this week see here). But some of you won’t! Some may be worried about adding flour or refined carbs back into their diet and
Savoury or sweet; thin and lacy or thick and fluffy; American or French; piled high or folded flat; basic with lemon juice or stuffed with fruit and a drizzle of indulgent choc shot or sugar-free syrup – there’s a pancake for you. And Shrove Tuesday is the day to have them as a treat.
Who doesn’t have a passion for pancakes? Thin and lacy, thick and fluffy, or in between – they tempt the most tired of taste buds. The first rule of pancake making is to recognise that the first one you make will always be something of a disaster (always known as the cook’s treat
Sweet, savoury, thick, thin, crispy, crepes, American pancakes, fruity or chocolaty … however you like your pancakes – there’s a whole host that you could enjoy this Shrove Tuesday. Personally I love savoury pancakes more than sweet ones and a current favourite includes some herb flavoured ones with smoked salmon, yogurt or
Maybe because it signals in our house and the www.bariatriccookery.com test kitchen the start of Spring, Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day is one event in the food calendar that doesn’t ever get forgotten! We’ve sampled many a pancake over the years; flipped a few; and thankfully haven’t had too many sticky disasters. Some 4