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Pancake day 16th feb- Batter mix only 8p @ Tesco

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banned6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Pancake day is 16th feb this year! yummy!

For Pancakes:

1. In a jug or bowl beat together 1 egg (medium) and 250ml of cold water.

2. Empty sachet contents into another bowl and gradually add the egg and water

and whisk until smooth.

3. Heat a little oil in a small frying pan. Pour in enough batter to cover the

base and cook over a moderate heat until underside is golden brown. Turn

pancake over and cook to brown other side. Repeat until batter is used up.
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#1
so it's a bag of flour and dried milk?

COLD!
banned#2
i don't have scales tho so is better for me! lol
#3
lmaolmao;7775689
so it's a bag of flour and dried milk?

COLD!

I once saw a 'pancake mix' which you had to add milk and an egg to!:lol::shock:
#4
lmaolmao
so it's a bag of flour and dried milk?

COLD!


I see where you are coming from but some people just CAN'T cook to save their lives and so packet like this seem "safe" to them and given them all the help they need to - who knows maybe it might improve their confidence in their abilities enough to branch out and try something a bit more complex in future? If so then so be it! :D
#5
lmaolmao
so it's a bag of flour and dried milk?

COLD!

it's a good price for a bag of flour and milk...heat added
#6
Asda's equivalent is 4p!
1 Like #7
Simple to make your own and there won't be any additives :)

For a basic pancake recipe, you will need the following ingredients –

* 100g (4oz) plain flour
* 1 egg
* 300ml (1/2 pint) milk
* optional pinch salt

* sugar and lemon juice to serve
* oil for frying

To make the pancake batter, add the milk, egg and then the flour and blend using an electric blender or food processor. Or if a blender is not available, sift the flour and salt into a bowl. Add the egg and beat well. Then add the milk gradually and beat to make a smooth batter.

Heat a little oil in a large frying pan until hot and then pour enough batter to thinly coat the base of the pan. Cook for a couple of minutes each side.

Serve sprinkled with sugar and lemon juice.
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#8
See it's not rocket science :-D
#9
That is sad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Of course we like a bargain but do you know what is in this?
#10
reminds me of american recipes where you have to add one packed of cake mix.

Pancakes are easy and think you can make with the same batter, yorkshire puddings / toad in the hole
#11
Susy
That is sad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Of course we like a bargain but do you know what is in this?


Wheat Flour, Dried Skimmed Milk, Salt
#12
for lazy people who can not be bothered to weigh the flour etc its great and for 8p who cares...
#13
I keep a couple of packs of this in all the time, takes up very little space its great for emergencies like when kids want pancakes and your local store charges £2 for a bag of flour!!! (we don't drive)
#14
I get these a lot. Cheap, quick to do and comes out nice. Good for a quick pancake supper or toad in the hole and works out better for one person living on their own than buying a big bag of plain flour does; especially if like me you don't really bake (The only pastry I ever really use is puff pastry for pie tops and that's far less time consuming to buy ready made). You get about 6-8 pancakes out of it. and at least it's not an absolute joke like the branded ones I've seen selling.
#15
Love Pancakes and Crepes 3€ 50 for 1 at a roadside stand in France ......how do they get away with it ?
banned#16
despite what some people say- i think this is a lot better than buying a big bag of flour that just takes up space on your shelves plus it's only 8p so who cares! lol. people buy a lot more rubbish for a lot more money and end up throwing things away. :-)
#17
carmelathegreat;7777470
for lazy people who can not be bothered to weigh the flour etc its great and for 8p who cares...


one cup (smaller than a mug) of flour + 1 egg + milk until it looks like pancake batter. no need to weigh, and tastes better too. i've tried these mixes as i enjoy pancakes (far to often) and the dont measure up. also i have the pan HOT and they come out better.

andfair;7792021
despite what some people say- i think this is a lot better than buying a big bag of flour that just takes up space on your shelves plus it's only 8p so who cares! lol. people buy a lot more rubbish for a lot more money and end up throwing things away. :-)


you say that as if you dont have flour already?! how do live without lasagne/macaroni cheese?

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