Super Quick pancakes – Aga style

Using an Aga can feel like a task at first but I am going to share some really simple and quick recipe ideas with you on this blog I will share I’ll share my sons favourite recipe first flavoured pancakes we did strawberry and chocolate flavours but you can use any thing or just have yummy Aga cooked pancakes plain with a little drizzle of syrup.

First lets start with the pancakes as they are the my sons favourite breakfast at the moment but they are typically a weekend/birthday treat,

  • 225g self-raising flour
  • 50g cocoa powder, sieved/mashed up strawberries (could use any fruit)
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp caster sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 400ml milk (any kind we use coconut or skimmed milk)
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 50g unsalted butter

I am not getting all fancy with you! I do not mix things separately I chuck it all in a big mixing bowl and whisk/mix away, I judge it by eye when I think it is all mixed up (no lumps and a glossy texture) it is time for the Aga.

I use either grease proof paper or the Aga cookware sheets there is absolutely no need for oil or butter before cooking as you would do in a pan … Oh no these babies cook straight on the simmering plate.

Spoon about two table spoons of mixture on to the grease proof on top of the simmering plate and close the lid after 50 seconds … yes 50 seconds have a look and flip, if the pancakes are not ready to be flipped wait literally seconds as the hot plates cook rapidly. Once fully cooked serve however you like …

serving suggestion fresh fruit on a lovely rustic chopping board with some preserves looks great on any table.

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