Entertainment Wonderfully fluffy: Japanese pancakes are the perfect breakfast - and the recipe is easier than expected
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Japanese pancakes bring variety to the breakfast table The recipe for the pancakes is amazingly simple
Not only At the weekend it's time to pamper ourselves (definitely a benefit of working from home!). This includes a breakfast that makes you happy. Many delicacies that we know from cafes and travel are much easier to make at home than you might think: croissants with creamy, ... or these thick, fluffy little pancakes. They come from Japan, melt in the mouth and with lots of fresh fruit and maple syrup they turn into a plate of soul food.
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Why are the Japanese pancakes so super fluffy?
The simple magic formula is: egg whites. And a generally very high proportion of eggs. That is why they are also called soufflé pancakes. The easiest way to get the pretty tall shape of the Japanese pancakes is with a dessert ring. Always grease and flour this well before use. But you can also make do with a ring made of baking paper and a paper clip. And if you don't insist on perfect roundFor breakfast or in between: The simplest recipe for fluffy Japanese pancakes Ingredients (for two people): 3 eggs 1 teaspoon lemon juice (stabilizes the egg mixture) 1 tbsp sugar 1/2 packet vanilla sugar 1 pinch of salt 50 g flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 25 ml milk neutral vegetable oil or butter for the pan. Preparation of the Japanese pancakes: Separate the eggs. Place the egg yolks and egg whites in separate bowls. Beat the egg yolks with milk. Mix the flour and baking powder, add and mix into a smooth dough. Beat the egg whites with salt and lemon juice until very stiff. Gradually let the sugar trickle in. Carefully fold the stiff egg whites (beat until you can hold the bowl over your head!) Under the dough. Preferably in three attempts and with a spatula. Do not stir too much, otherwise the pancakes will not be fluffy later! Heat a non-stick pan with a little butter or oil over medium heat. Place two rings. Pour enough batter into the rings to make a pancake approx. 3 cm thick. Alternatively, use a tablespoon or piping bag to build small turrets out of the foamy dough. Reduce the heat, add a little water to the pan and cover briefly with a lid. Once the bottom is baked, it will come off by itself. Turn the pancakes carefully. Cover the finished pancakes and keep them warm. Serve with maple syrup and lots of fresh berries. , you can simply build small piles of foam in the pan with a tablespoon. It works amazingly well.
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