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Betty winters pancake mix, ideal for anytime - 20p instore B & M (Liverpool)
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Betty winters pancake mix, ideal for anytime - 20p instore B & M (Liverpool)

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It's flour in a posh bag,
Ingredients for pancakes... egg,flour and milk. it's 45p for a kilo of flour in Aldi, this works out at £1.60 kg
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 2nd Mar
HerefordCiderApples01/03/2020 17:14

It's flour in a posh bag, Ingredients for pancakes... egg,four and milk. …It's flour in a posh bag, Ingredients for pancakes... egg,four and milk. it's 45p for a kilo of flour in Aldi, this works out at £1.60 kg


Each to their own, for 20p it's simple & quick and only add water & egg!
Edited by: "angie14" 1st Mar
HerefordCiderApples01/03/2020 17:14

It's flour in a posh bag, Ingredients for pancakes... egg,four and milk. …It's flour in a posh bag, Ingredients for pancakes... egg,four and milk. it's 45p for a kilo of flour in Aldi, this works out at £1.60 kg


And I bet the bag isn’t recyclable either.

Flour is usually in paper bags.
Edited by: "DearSatan" 1st Mar
angie1401/03/2020 17:18

Each to their own, for 20p it's simple & quick and only add water & …Each to their own, for 20p it's simple & quick and only add water & egg!


Same with flour... Except you add milk and an egg.
HerefordCiderApples01/03/2020 17:26

Same with flour... Except you add milk and an egg.


Not everyone wants to weigh out flour or has scales etc to do it, like I said previously each to their own, if you don't like the deal fine but others may
Probably has additives and preservatives in it as well, just use eggs flour and milk.
angie1401/03/2020 17:18

Each to their own, for 20p it's simple & quick and only add water & …Each to their own, for 20p it's simple & quick and only add water & egg!


mixing pancake mix, egg and water is surprisingly no quicker than mixing flour egg and milk. The thing about flour is that you can do other things with it. This is taking laziness to the next level
1 egg,1 mug plain flour,1 mug milk,pinch of salt.Mix
javea01/03/2020 19:10

1 egg,1 mug plain flour,1 mug milk,pinch of salt.Mix



I tried this, it didn't work for me, too hard, too thick, and too stiff.
What works for me is
3 large eggs, 125gms plain flour 250ml full cream milk. A bit of unsalted butterr in the pan with a bit of oil (from Jamie Oliver)
Less flour and a lot more eggy Make them thin!
angie1401/03/2020 18:15

Not everyone wants to weigh out flour or has scales etc to do it, like I …Not everyone wants to weigh out flour or has scales etc to do it, like I said previously each to their own, if you don't like the deal fine but others may


You don't need to weigh anything. I'm no chef, just a fat 50 year old farmer. Pour some milk into a jug of flour crack a couple of eggs in it. If it is to runny add some flour, if it is too stiff add some more milk.
It really is one of the easiest things to cook.
Try it, it's nothing to be frightened of, if it doesn't work out the first time try again.
The deal is a good reduction but was massively overpriced flour in a fancy plastic bag.
HerefordCiderApples01/03/2020 20:35

You don't need to weigh anything. I'm no chef, just a fat 50 year old …You don't need to weigh anything. I'm no chef, just a fat 50 year old farmer. Pour some milk into a jug of flour crack a couple of eggs in it. If it is to runny add some flour, if it is too stiff add some more milk. It really is one of the easiest things to cook. Try it, it's nothing to be frightened of, if it doesn't work out the first time try again. The deal is a good reduction but was massively overpriced flour in a fancy plastic bag.



I don't think you can do it just by how thick it feels. Javeas recipe looked very much like Jamie Oliver's one to me. If you don't have scales, do it by volume using a measuring jug. You can say grams = ccs or ml for milk (approximately) and I've just measured a volume of flour 200ccs = 140gms of flour (this will not be accurate of course but good enough I think) so in Oliver's recipe you need about 180ccs/ml of flour. Better than guessing
jasee01/03/2020 21:55

I don't think you can do it just by how thick it feels. Javeas recipe …I don't think you can do it just by how thick it feels. Javeas recipe looked very much like Jamie Oliver's one to me. If you don't have scales, do it by volume using a measuring jug. You can say grams = ccs or ml for milk (approximately) and I've just measured a volume of flour 200ccs = 140gms of flour (this will not be accurate of course but good enough I think) so in Oliver's recipe you need about 180ccs/ml of flour. Better than guessing


Thanks for the theory lesson. If you need to follow a recipe for batter, you are overthinking it. Single cream consistency is all you need.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 2nd Mar
HerefordCiderApples01/03/2020 22:10

Thanks for the theory lesson. If you need to follow a recipe for batter, …Thanks for the theory lesson. If you need to follow a recipe for batter, you are overthinking it. Single cream constitusltly is all you need.



constitusltly?? Ah consistency!
Well both mine looked more or less the same. The only reason for the 'theory lesson' (sorry about that) is people said they hadn't got scales.
Well I think it's fair to say, just grab a 20p pack & sorted!
For the convenience of would-be tossers, perhaps?
angie1401/03/2020 23:01

Well I think it's fair to say, just grab a 20p pack & sorted! …Well I think it's fair to say, just grab a 20p pack & sorted!


Of course 20p for a bag of 1p flour in a fancy bag will be enticing to the less savvy members
jasee01/03/2020 20:13

I tried this, it didn't work for me, too hard, too thick, and too …I tried this, it didn't work for me, too hard, too thick, and too stiff.What works for me is3 large eggs, 125gms plain flour 250ml full cream milk. A bit of unsalted butterr in the pan with a bit of oil (from Jamie Oliver)Less flour and a lot more eggy Make them thin!



so many different ways to make pancakes. For standard pancakes (or crepes), I always use a 3, 2, 1 method. 300ml milk, 2 eggs and 100 grams of flour.
RuudBullit02/03/2020 07:04

so many different ways to make pancakes. For standard pancakes (or …so many different ways to make pancakes. For standard pancakes (or crepes), I always use a 3, 2, 1 method. 300ml milk, 2 eggs and 100 grams of flour.



Thanks, easy to remember, I may try that next time. I think Javea's method used too much flour, not enough egg. Not a cook but pancakes to me have to be thin and soft
jasee02/03/2020 07:28

Thanks, easy to remember, I may try that next time. I think Javea's …Thanks, easy to remember, I may try that next time. I think Javea's method used too much flour, not enough egg. Not a cook but pancakes to me have to be thin and soft


Yes it was a recipe from Jamie Oliver.I suppose if you want the mixture thinner add more milk or eggs?
Edited by: "javea" 2nd Mar
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