Have you ever made pancakes at home? Do you know any special tricks for making pancakes? Is your kitchen clean when you finish cooking this wonderful food, or is it a total mess? Do you want to learn how to make pancakes without making a mess in your kitchen? Don't stop reading then.
Pancakes are a favourite food to a lot of children and adults. Every housewife, who can make pancakes, is a loved wife and mother. The thing is, though, that preparing this lovely breakfast takes a lot of time, and is usually followed by a serious kitchen cleaning.
Here are a few tips from a tenancy cleaning London expert on how to make pancakes without leaving stains all over your kitchen:
- First of all prepare the mixture for the pancakes by mixing 1 egg and a yolk, 280 ml milk, 110 g flour, and one tablespoon melted butter. Put the flour in a bowl and make a small well in the middle of it. Break the egg in the well, and add a splash of milk and a pinch of salt. Stir the ingredients carefully with a fork until you make a smooth cream, and add the rest of the milk and the butter.
- Now take a pan and heat it up. Soak a piece of kitchen paper with vegetable oil and rub the pan with it.
- Use a ladle and add enough quantity of the pancake mixture to cover the bottom of the pan with a thin layer. Move out cleaners from London recommend to be very careful when doing it, so not to spill some of the mixture on the stove. Keep the bowl close enough to the pan to prevent accidents.
- When a pancake is cooked enough on its bottom side, don't spin it in the air like professional cooks do to turn it, as it might fall on the floor or stick on the ceiling. Most pancake accidents happen in this very moment.
So, this is it. If you follow these steps, in the end you will only have to wipe your stove-top with a damp cloth.