Pannekoek (or crepes, I suppose)

Pannekoek (or crepes, I suppose) q Pannekoek (or crepes, I suppose)2 tt

250mL all-purpose flour
5mL baking powder
2mL salt
2 eggs
200mL milk
175mL water
5mL lemon juice
125mL oil

Sift the flour, baking powder, and salt together. Then in a separate bowl, beat the eggs, milk, water, and lemon juice together. Add the dry ingredients to the liquids and mix well. Then add the oil and mix to a thick, cream-like consistency. Here’s the secret: it must stand a while to work perfectly. When ready to bake, heat a pan and add a drop of oil (unless you have a non-stick pan). Add a big soup-spoon full of batter and spread throughout the pan by twirling it to coat bottom. Allow it to bake until just browned, then flip and brown other side.

We served ours with the traditional cinnamon sugar, some with cheese, and others with a meat filling.

Source: Corlea Smit – from a friend in a recipe book my friend and family made for me for my bridal shower

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