The African Pancake is a straightforward yet delicious meal. Just like most Pancakes, the African pancake consists of ''dry ingredients'' - Flour, leavening, and sugar and ''wet ingredients'' - milk, Egg, and butter. However, it's unique texture is what makes it different from the fluffy Pancake.
Dry Ingredients: In a Bowl, add the Flour Sugar and Baking Powder and set aside
Wet Ingredients; In a Bowl, mix the Eggs, Milk, and Butter together.
Now, mix the wet and dry Ingredients,
Mix until the becomes smooth and lump free
Heat a griddle or pan and add about 1 to 2 teaspoons of Cooking Oil
Ladle about 1/4 of a cup (more or less depending on how big you want your pancakes to be) at a time into the Pan.
Spread the batter into a circle by rotating and tilting the Pan (you can check video above)
Flip to the other side as soon as you see the batter is beginning to solidify
Cook the other side for about 30-40 seconds or till light Brown
This yielded 10 medium sized Pancakes
1 - Don't over mix the batter this will lead to a tough Pancake as the mixing will develop the gluten level in the flour2 - Use a heavy bottomed and preferably non stick Pan this will help prevent the batter from burning before cooking3 - Have all your ingredients at room temperature.