ca. 30 Minuten
ingredients for 1-2 people:
250ml milk (you can also use plant based milk like rice-, oat- or almond milk – please, no, soy milk!)
125g spelt flour
2 small OR 1 large egg(yolk)
oil, respectively butter for frying
a pinch of salt
Whisk all ingredients until you get a creamy dough that is still slightly liquid. Warm up butter/oil in a pan. One ladleful of dough will make one pancake. Turn the pan a little so the dough spreads in the pan. After about 2 minutes nothing should be liquid anymore on the one side, turn the pancake. Fry it for another 2 minutes.
Store the pancakes that are done on a large plate with a lid on. Or keep them warm in the preheated oven at about 80°C.
This basic dough recipe works for sweet or hearty pancakes.
For sweet ones use (white) chocolate cream, powdered sugar, maple syrup, honey, ice cream or blueberries as topping.
For hearty pancakes use cream cheese, salad, mozarella, feta, radish, cress, chicken breast, etc. as topping.
You can not only vary in the selection of toppings, but also in the way you make the dough. For sweet dough just add vanilla sugar. If you can tolerate it, you can also spice it up with cardamom, cinnamon or cacao.
For a hearty dough just add spices/herbs you like, e.g. thyme, rosemary, oregano, southernwood, etc.
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