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Thursday, August 30, 2012

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   Two weeks back I happened to taste Hot cakes from Mc Donald's. It was the first time I ever tasted a pancake. I doubted it had egg in it, since Aj dint eat, I had to eat some. So some how had two out of three. Though I dint loved it, I liked the soft, spongy and fluffy texture of it. But after few days, I got craving to have pancakes and searched for eggless pancakes recipe. And found one here. Simple and easy enough recipe to try, with simple ingredients available. So here is the recipe for you all. Make an international breakfast and impress your family. This is mainly kid’s favourite. Do try for your kids when they come back hungry from school, they will enjoy for sure! And if you are just like me, ever never tasted a pancake before, this is just our dosa, but with some differences in taste and texture, do not hesitate to try! This recipe works well with wheat flour as well…
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Eggless Pancakes recipe

Continental Breakfast

Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Makes: 6

Ingredients

All purpose flour/ plain flour(Maida)  1 cup 
Milk  1 cup 
Brown or white sugar  1 tblsp 
Salt  1/2 tsp 
Oil  1 tblsp 
Baking powder  1 tblsp 
Butter and honey  For topping 

 

Method

  1. Mix flour,baking powder, salt and sugar with the whisk. Add milk along with oil and mix gently. Set aside for 10 minutes.1-pancakes-recipe
  2. After 10 minutes again give it a mix and heat an iron skillet (dosa pan) until it gets hot. Switch off the stove and leave it for 5 minutes. Again switch on the flame and put it in medium flame. Grease with butter and pour one big laddle full of batter carefully. Do not spread.2-pancake-recipe
  3. Wait until bubbles pop over the pancakes and the colour changes and flip carefully. Cook the other side for a minute and transfer to serving plate. 3-pancakes-recipe
Notes
  • Iron skillet (Iron dosa pan) works best to get golden brown colour and even cooking.
  • If you want you can cover and cook after flipping, this makes it even more soft and locks the moisture.
  • If you heat the pan really hot and make the pancake immediately, the pancakes turn dark brown in colour. That’s why I have heated the pan and switched off for a while to bring the temperature medium. ( I saw this in a video in you tube)
  • If the pan is too hot, the pancakes will have edges like flower. that is it wont be a perfect circle. So make sure to keep the heat medium.
  • Use a big ladle, so that for all the pancakes, you use only one and so all of them would be on same size.
  • You can use whole wheat flour as well, but experiment with the milk volume as it may take more.
  • You can add cinnamon or vanilla essence to make it more flavorful.
  • You can make this same with non diary milk and make it VEGAN.
 
         Serve hot with generous butter topped and honey or your favorite sauces like caramel, butterscotch or even maple syrup. Smells divinely and stays soft even after cool down. Soft, spongy, fluffy to handle, you would love it!

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96 comments:

  1. wow....tempting pictures dear...soft pancakes..

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  2. I make eggless pancakes for my son's tiffin box. Your version is tempting me to try! They look extremely soft & fluffy. Will try this version next week. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. simple recipe , really nice ,,,

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  4. I love these pancakes wid strawberry compote..looks delicious..

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  5. I used to make it often when I was there in abroad. I love last shot with golden colour pancakes with honey. too temtping.

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  6. Nice and easy recipe to try...your pics surely make it hard to resist. Coming from you know that it is a winner. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  7. hi sis can i use self raising flour instead of plain flour and avoid baking soda

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    1. Please do not use self rising flour. It has added chemicals to make the dough rise high. The pancake liquid in the recipe will rise a little. If the pancake is too high then the inside will not cook and it will be unpleasant to eat.
      The baking soda adds a pleasant tingly sour taste in the same way that tamarind does to other foods.
      Also, one can eat a pancake the Scandinavian way. You add a little sugar with some lemon or lime juice as a topping.

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    2. never be as good as the egg one tried diff recepies for this! sorry!

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  8. I do this eggless pancakes quite often, one of our favourite..Love simply with honey and nutella.

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  9. I love eggless pancakes... I do these often and are a big hit with my family...

    Love your pictures... As usual drooling!!!

    Sowmya
    http://nivedhanams.blogspot.in/

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  10. love how soft they look. i have made it too but they didn't look as pretty. i like the trick of switching gas on and off. covering sounds like a great idea too.

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  11. These are so soft and fluffy, I am tempted to try this out today

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  12. I never tasted pancakes so far. sounds easy recipe too. Wonderful setup and presentation

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  13. I too make the eggless ones most times. Yours looks perfect!

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  14. Oh wow something similar is coming up in my kitchen too Raji... Way toooooooo tempted..beautifully captured.

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  15. woow.. just awesome. mouthwatering

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  16. wow very fluffy pancakes,amazing clicks Raji:)

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  17. Pancakes make a lovely meal by itself,paired with some fruit and honey.I dislike pancakes coz they smell too eggy for me,this one's a perfect solution!

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  18. Last click with honey looks stunning..I too love these eggless pancakes...Awesome clicks

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  19. so nice! I love the clicks! I do it most of the weekends..
    Great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  20. What a lovely golden colour.. this is my daugther's favorite breakfast with some choc chips sprinkled on top :)

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  21. pankcakes looks super delicious...

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  22. Wow soft and fluffy pancakes...nice setup in the first pic!

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  23. SOft & fluffy pancakes!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  24. Amazingly made pancakes Raji. Very fluffy and yumm with honey.

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  25. Fluffy pancakes, love it anytime. Loved the pictures and the setting.

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  26. Loved the last click. absolutely nice :)

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  27. Looks soft n yum ...nice pics

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  28. Nice, simple and easy recipe. A great breakfast option!

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  29. Soft fluffy pancakes...Love them...Lovely clicks..

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  30. Perfect pancakes. Looks amazing :)

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  31. hi..your recipes are really interesting..i tried the garlic rice and pancakes immediately after seeing the posts, came out well and tasty too.. :) thanks for the wonderful recipes. All the Best!

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  32. Thank you so much Nandhitha for your immediate feedback, you made my day :)

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  33. the pancakes look so perfect. love your pictures and the perfect dishes!

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  34. Raji , if you wish u can this recipe for our Know your sweetness event here : http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/know-your-natural-sweetness-honey.html

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  35. Hi Raji,

    I tried this today morning for breakfast and it was great! My family loved it. Thanks a lot for your detailed steps and pics.

    Reena

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  36. sooper breakfast for kids..

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  37. Pancakes looks so good,,.:)

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  38. Just made these pancakes but substituted cultured coconut milk (I am allergic to milk)and they were fabulous! My husband loved them and ate with ribbon cane syrup (he is from southern USA). Thank you very much for a perfect vegan pancake.

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  39. thank you so much for this recipe! I messed around a bit with it to fit my family's dietary needs and they are still wonderful!

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  40. this is really delicious one to try ,....

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  41. Wow.. u always come out with something new.. i am gonna try this for sure :)

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  42. What!? How have you people never had pancakes? You must not be from the U.S. of A, cause we eat pancakes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! :-)...though, I had never thought that you could make them without eggs, unless it was the "Just Add Water" kind. Yep, we have processed, boxed, powered pancake mix in America cause we are THAT LAZY! We also have frozen ones you can pop in the microwave! (Yucky,though) Thank you for the recipe, looks yummy!

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  43. Hello, I made these for breakfast today, thank you for the great post. Only my pancakes didn't turn out as fluffy as yours, any idea where I could have gone wrong?

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    1. It should come out perfect if you follow the measurements correctly. May be try again and see... Do not skip any ingredient mentioned.

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  44. Hi Raks I tried these for bf today, came out nice, soft & fluffy.....but once it cooled down a bit, there was a slightly bitter after taste....any idea why? We had it with maple syrup.

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    1. Thank you, it might be the taste of baking powder, do not add more than mentioned. Make sure its not baking soda.

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  45. WAT S PANCAKE??? HOW THE TASTE WILL BE? AND DONT WE NEED ANY SIDE DISH FOR THIS RECIPIE???

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    1. Pancakes are more like our dosa, but it will be thick and sweeter in taste. You need only honey or some sweet syrup to eat it with, top it with butter, kids would love it.

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  46. Hi...i made the pancakes with wheat instead of plain flour...and it turned out very well...as u said experimented with milk and i required nearly 2cups of milk for 1cup of wheat flour.Thanks a lot for such great recepies..btw i also tried the sweet corn soup and tomato pulav...all are really heavenly in taste. :)

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  47. Made this yesterday at home.. Came out awesome.. Tks for the recipe!!

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  48. hi..

    i tried this recipe, but it tasted very bitter and salty, pls help.


    vidhya

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    1. It looks like your baking powder is spoiled or you might have added baking soda by mistake?

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  49. I'm gonna try this out right now thanks a million dear... :)

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  50. Thanks for this recipe. I am always looking for eggless recipes as my son has egg allergy. I halved the recipe and it made 4 pancakes using a soup ladle. I added chocolate chips to 2 of them. Delish.

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  51. absolutely delicious. I am 2 months pregnant and this is the first thing i have been able to eat in over a week :)

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  52. MMMMMmmmmm!!!! thank you! I am 2 months pregnant with horrible morning sickness, and this is the first thing i have been able to cook, smell and eat successfully in almost 2 weeks now. sooooo good!

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  53. Hello! I tried your recipe and blogged about it over at Food to the Max (http://foodtothemax.wordpress.com/2013/06/24/eggless-strawberry-pancakes/). Mine didn't come out nearly as pretty as yours, but they were good!

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  54. Awesome and simply divine taste
    Pratima

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  55. This is a reverse case I am sorry. I was to take permission from you before i posted this recipe on my place. I was sure I had taken your permission now I realize I had not. Kindly excuse me.
    But I made these out of ragi and I posted it as a part of Blogging Marathon (linked it back to you)and they were awesome. Let me also confess that no one in my family eats pancakes they are sweet is their reaction but aftre seeing the pictures they all wanted the pancakes specially made. We had them today and guess what I am told to make them again tomorrow. Thanks a million for the awesome recipe.

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  56. Firstly, thanks for this reipe.. i always look for eggless dishes and today i randomly thought for pancakes as breakfast and found your page on top.. i must say the pictures persuaded me to try and the recipe looked simple.. and after half n hour we were enjoying the delicious pancakes with honey. My husband loved them to and asked me to make it a reguar dish now.. just wanted to let you know that i added a little more milk to the batter as i thought it was too thick.. also added more sugar. Thanks again for this awesome dish..

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  57. gorgeous n yum......whenever i think of pancakes...its only ur recipe....lite soft n just melts in the mouth....g8 job.... :-)

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  58. This is the first time I cooked pancake. thanks to your recipe, it was very easy and simple. will keep it book marked.:)

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  59. How much is 1 cup in gms? Is there a standard? - thanks

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    1. My 1 cup holds 240 ml of liquid.

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  60. Made this now awesome. Covered with a lid and they cook and colour much better with a lid. Thanks

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  61. !PLEASE REPLY!
    Can I use it for dorayaki? Like I made these pancakes and then fill it with molten chocolates of some other fillings like jam and all?

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  62. !PLEASE REPLY!
    Can I use these pancakes in making dorayakis? Like I made these Pancakes and filled it with molten chocolates or any other filing like jam and all then made on more hot Pancake so it could stick the previous one?

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  63. these are mind bowingly fluffy even without egg. i like them better than the one with egg.
    this goes great for breakfast.

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  64. Just ate a stack, they turned out perfect and delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

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  65. Excellent recipe without eggs!!! Should give a try... I have a quick query - what difference baking soda will do against baking powder?

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  66. Baking soda and baking powder are not the same, one reacts with the ingredients before and one while getting cooked, so it will bring some differences in the texture.

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  67. Thank you Rak, I was craving pancakes 5am this morning and didn't have eggs. These were the most amazing pancakes - so fluffy!!

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  68. Thanks Rak,will try hope my babies love too, will update you with the output of my experiment too dear

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  69. Had run out of eggs and randomly Googled this wonderfully brilliant recipe.
    It's fantastic!!
    Works perfectly and we in fact prefer this recipe to the traditional pancakes made with eggs and butte

    A thousand thank you's

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  70. Thanks a lot for sharing this super simple recipe. I tried them and it came out perfectly! :)

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  71. Loved it! Tried it with minor tweaks...but it came awesome...I would love to share pics with you.

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  72. You measurements are out of the way I guess. I tried with the same and guess baking powder was almost 4 times as required. I had to put much more of the rest of the ingredients to get the right taste. My cup size might have differed from yours but won't be this off the mark....

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    1. My 1 cup holds 240 ml of liquid. I made this very recently too following the same measurements and for me no problem. Also if you see above comments, many have successfully tried this.

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  73. Can I substitute Eno fruit salt for baking powder?

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  74. Can I substitute Eno fruit salt for baking powder?

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    1. I dont this so... Atleast you can reduce the quantity and try half baking powder and eno fruit salt. But try at your own risk ;)

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  75. Great recipe Raks. I do use flax seed meal (~1 tsp) mixed with warm water as an egg substitue for my pancake recipe.

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  76. Thanks Reks. Excellent one! I do use 1tsp of flax seed meal mixed with warm water as an egg substitute.

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  77. Very tasty. Always wanted to try this but never had the courage. Now this gives me gud encouragement to try

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  78. i made these today because we didn't have any eggs and they were delicious and so fluffy! my husband could not get over how good they were and kept saying they were "on point." an awesome find! thank you! :)

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