Recipe by request. This recipe makes 3-4 pancakes. It’s a medium sized breakfast for one person. If you want more, just multiply up.
These are only approximate. You can fiddle them a bit in either direction and it works fine.
1/2 cup flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp cream of tartar
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup of yoghurt
1/4 cup of milk.
1 tsp vegetable oil
I use a single fairly large measuring jug to do all the mixing in. It’s convenient, saves washing up, lets me pour the mix directly onto the frying pan, and lets me measure as I add things in.
Add all the liquid ingredients into the measure cup. Stir until reasonably well mixed. Add all the dry ingredients in. Stir again until reasonably well mixed (you don’t need to get all the lumps out – just the big ones). And you’re done. Time to cook. :-)
Cook them on a nonstick frying pan (no oil!) on a medium-low heat. You can cook them on a higher heat if you want (I do, but that’s because I have a gas hob and can’t *do* medium heat), but you’ll need to flip them fairly constantly. On the medium low heat you can wait until the pancakes start to bubble and then flip them the once.
The end result should be a golden brown colour on both sides, not too dark, and not still uncooked inside.
Total cooking time: The mix takes about five minutes, the cooking maybe 10-15.