Warm pikelets on a cold grey day for afternoon tea.
Pikelet Recipe :-
1 cup SR Flour
1/4 cup caster sugar
1/4 tsp bicarb
3/4 cup milk
1 tsp white vinegar
15g melted butter
Sift dry ingredients into a bowl.
Combine vinegar, milk and egg and slowly add to flour mixture until it is all incorporated and batter is smooth then add melted butter.
Cook spoonfuls in an electric fry pan set to medium heat, lightly grease pan with butter. When many bubbles appear on the surface of each pikelet flip and cook the other side.
these disappear fast here so it may be worth whipping up a double batch.
They look lovely Tammy. Gee, that jam in the background looks familiar! LOL It's lovely, isn't it? (I just made some up in a Jam Roly Poly for dessert.)ReplyDelete
Mmm...Yes please! They look delicious :)ReplyDelete
Oh, memories hit me strongly with this post! Both of my grandmas used to make me pikelets during holiday visits. Thank you for reminding me :)ReplyDelete
We made pikelets on the weekend and they tasted pretty ordinary so thank you for the new recipe to try :)ReplyDelete
Oh they look scrumptious Tammy!ReplyDelete
might even make some this afternoon for my kids - thank you for the inspiration!
mmm mmmm i love pikelets although as i make about 100 of them every day the last thing i want to make on the w/e is pikelets. Maybe someone will make them for me for a change.ReplyDelete
Ohh I agree nothing beats a yummy warm pikelet with jam and cream.:)ReplyDelete