Pancake Pre-mix (20x500 g)
Pancake Pre-mix (20 x 500 g)
Perfectly sweet and savory pancakes, a pleasing taste, creamy texture, and light flavor
- 500 gram premix pancake mix
- 2 eggs
- 500 gram milk (full cream or skimmed)
- 50 gram sunflower oil
- Sugar and cinnamon (for topping)
- Add 500-gram pancake mix to the mixing bowl.
- Add 2 eggs. 500-gram milk (full cream or skimmed) 50-gram sunflower oil.
- Wisk on medium speed until well mixed and no lumps appear. The batter must be runny.
- Place the batter into a bowl and place in a refrigerator for 30 minutes. On medium heat, place a saucepan/frying pan onto the flames/stove and line with oil.
- Pour enough portion of batter to cover the entire saucepan/frying pan, bake for ± 3 – 4 minutes until the batter is loose, flip the batter and bake for a further 3 -4 minutes until the batter is golden brown.
- Cinnamon Mixture/topping: Mix a blend of sugar and cinnamon (to taste) After each batter/pancake you remove, sprinkle the mixture onto the pancake and stack all pancakes on top of each other until all are baked.
Once baked, remove, and let it cool or enjoy warm with fresh butter, jam, or syrup.
If you need more information about the Crossroads Bread Project, or would like to get involved, contact us.
email@example.com PO Box 38033, Faerie Glen, Pretoria, 0043
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Johan Stapelberg – Master Sourdough Baker
“I have been involved in the baking sector and many baking projects for 45 years and decided to apply my mind and came up with the idea to erect wood fired ovens, also better known as Masonry ovens at strategic points within the various communities where there is hunger and hardship.
But, to make this project sustainable and give it substance, I shared my idea of community ovens with Leon de Bruin and the idea was born to approach the Reformed Church in Pretoria which they took an immediate interest in. It must be stated from the outset that the vision and reach of this Communal Oven project is to be implemented in all churches and communities across South Africa and adjacent countries.”