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Published by Amsterdamese

3 ingredients - one filling snack



  • one egg
  • 1/2 pint of milk
  • 4oz flour
  • butter
  • + any additional topping eg. lemon/sugar


put the egg, the flour and the milk into a mixing bowl. Whisk until creamy and smooth (use and electric whisk or suffer from 45 minutes hard manual labour)

get a NON-STICK (very important) frying pan on a low heat. melt a small amount of butter into this pan and move around until the bottom of the pan is covered.

pour in enough mix to cover the bottom of the pan. be sure to mix in with the butter as this adds some flavour.

when the edges begin to go light brown, shake the pan side to side until the pancake becomes loose. flip the pancake and continue to cook until both sides are cooked according to taste!

top with a dash of lemon and some sugar and your off... repeat with the rest of the mix (dont recomend attempting to do anything else whilest cooking this.. they have a tendency of burning very very quickly)


  • Sarge 4 years ago

    Love it

  • Lindzy Mclaishdad 4 years ago

    I love this recipe

  • Krishna 4 years ago

    I loved it

  • Lily 5 years ago


  • Tom 6 years ago

    I've always found jamie olivers one cup recipe to be pretty good.

    one egg
    mug of flour
    mug of milk

    doesn't matter really on the size of the mug, so long as it's the same mug.

    whisk it all together, and you've got your batter! No need to really measure anything...

  • Rebecca 6 years ago

    I altered this recipe by seperating the egg whites and yolk, whisking the egg whites to stiff peaks and folding into the whisked mixture of everything else (including the yolks). It made them fluffier which is the way i love pancakes, hope this helps!

  • Lucy 6 years ago

    It taste delishous

  • Milly 6 years ago

    It begingging to look a like christmas with all th tings mixed together it was the first thing came into mine

  • Catherine 7 years ago

    Why suffer 45mins ? surley not that long???

  • non US dude 8 years ago

    ingredients in metric?

  • meg101 10 years ago

    yumm! i did it but with blue food colouring! quick and easy:)

  • easy 10 years ago

    easy but so delscious and larlie didnt do the recipe

  • Larlie 10 years ago

    Simple but works perfectly.

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