Pancakes were first eaten by the wealthy families of the Roman Empire and later became a traditionalsweet breakfast foodin North America and in many other parts of the world, with many different variations of it. The best pancakes, similar to crêpes, are usually served with maple syrup, jam, honey or peanut butter. Thin slices of apples are often added to the batter. A quick and easy recipe for a delicious and healthy breakfast. Simply add the fresh ingredients and cook in a pan. To start your morning right, wherever you are!
The Champion Of The Italian Brunch
- LOCAL RECIPES AND… PANCAKES. Pancakes are the ultimate piece de resistance of the Italian brunch, now very popular in Italy. Brunch is now a recurring habit even in Italy: a good reason to get together and eat good food. Each region has adapted their brunch pancakes to their local recipes, so they are usually paired with Italian sweeteners, like jams and honey. Thin slices of apple are often added to the dough.
Enriched wheat flour, Sugar, Rice flour, Sodium acid pyrophosphate, Sodium bicarbonate, Salt.
May contain: Soy, Milk, Sesame.
What you need: 1 egg, 330 ml of milk, a bowl, an electric mixer and a non-stick pan.
Arrange the contents of the package in a bowl, add the egg and mix with the
electric mixer, slowly adding the milk. The mixture is ready when it is lump-free an dense. Heat a pan over medium heat, grease the pan with butter. Pour 3 tablespoons of batter and turn the pancake on both sides for optimal cooking. Once cooked serve naturally, with maple syrup, fresh fruit or hazelnut cream.
|Nutrition Facts||Par 1/4 tasse (45g)||%Daily Value*||Read more|
|Iron||3 mg||18 mg|
*5% or less is a little, 15% or more is a lot.
AMERICAN, WITH ITALIAN ORIGINS The dessert of the ancient Romans
Before becoming a typical American breakfast dish, the pancake was known as Alita Dolcia and was popular during the Roman Empire, consumed by the wealthier families. It was prepared with milk, flour, eggs and various spices. It was served with honey or fresh fruit, or salted as an accompaniment to meat and cheeses.
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