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    Default Oladushky 'Russian Panckaes'

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    As it's shrove tuesday tomorrow thought you might like to try these, really scrummy.....

    Serves 4 depending on how hungry you are, makes about 50 blini sized cakes.
    4 Free Range Eggs
    100g Golden Castor Sugar ( plain is ok too)
    Vanilla pod or essence.
    500g Plain Yogurt, thick Greek if you have it is best, plus extra to serve.
    1 heaped teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
    200g Plain white flour
    Any vegetable oil, sunflower or olive oil for frying.
    Mix the Yogurt with the bicarb and leave aside to double in size ( approx)
    In a separate bowl mix ( whisk) eggs, sugar and seeds from the vanilla pod ( you can use vanilla essence if you like )then gradually add flour and mix thoroughly. The mixture should be thick but not dry.
    Gradually add the yogurt and soda mixture to the bowl which should give you a batter of mayonnaise consistancy.
    Heat pan and add a little oil. Put tablespoon of the batter in the pan which should give you a blini sized cake and cook untill golden, flip and cook the other side. You should be able to do several at a time depending on the size of the pan, Place onto kitchen paper to drain then transfer to warm plate and make up rest of batter.
    Serve with thick ( full fat, for those not on a diet ) Greek yogurt, preserves, blueberries, raspberries or any fruit of choice. Add chocolate sauce if you want or go all american and try maple syrup.

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    Now you have my mouth watering. I love pancakes, pipng hot straight off the griddle covered in sweet stuff or savoury.

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    These sound good - mind you that said batter's made for my "traditional" pancakes for when I get in from work tonight and the sugar and lemon are on standby .... yum

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    Think I'll give them a go later, though you can't beat traditional pancakes with freshly squeezed orange juice and sugar.....

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    YUMMEE!!! They sound wonderful

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    I haven't made pancakes in ages. I didn't even make any last year. Tuesday is such an inconvenient day for pancake making because I'm not at home to make them. I may make some at the weekend if I remember to get some fresh eggs in...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wid View Post
    Think I'll give them a go later, though you can't beat traditional pancakes with freshly squeezed orange juice and sugar.....
    They are just as good with lemon and sugar.

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    ooo they sound delightful, I am going to try them..yum yum cant wait. Thank you




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