Cách làm bánh Pancake - How To Make Perfect Pancakes (có Script)

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To complete this How-To you will need:

3 large bowls
A whisk
1 1/2 c. unbleached all-purpose flour
3/4 tsp. salt
2 tsp. baking powder
2 tbsp. sugar
2 large eggs
A hand mixer
1 1/4 c. milk
3 tbsp. melted butter or vegetable oil
Additional vegetable oil or cooking spray
A spatula
A greased 1/3-cup measure
A cookie sheet
A griddle or a heavy nonstick pan
Malted milk powder
Frozen blueberries
More butter
Maple syrup
Various toppings


Step 1: Whisk the dry ingredients

In one bowl, mix the dry ingredients thoroughly together with a whisk so they're fully incorporated into each other. Break up any lumps.

Tip: Diner pancakes are often made with malted milk powder instead of sugar. Using malt in your recipe will impart that pancake-house flavor.


Step 2: Separate the eggs

Separate the eggs into the other two bowls. Whip the whites with a hand mixer until they form stiff peaks and set aside.


Step 3: Mix the wet ingredients

Add the milk to the egg yolks and beat them together with the mixer until they're bubbly. Then, mix in the oil or butter.


Step 4: Add dry to wet

Add the dry ingredients to the egg yolk mixture, and whisk them together very gently until they're just incorporated. Don't mix too much; overworked batter results in tough, dense pancakes. Fold in the egg whites in two additions, and let the batter rest for 15 to 20 minutes.


Step 5: Heat your pan

Heat your pan or griddle to about 350 degrees, and lightly coat the surface with cooking spray or vegetable oil. Test the temperature by sprinkling a droplet of water onto the surface; if it's hot enough, the water will skitter and evaporate.

Tip: Don't use butter to grease your pan, unless it's clarified butter. Regular butter will burn.


Step 6: Make a trial pancake

Test your temperature by making a trial pancake. Use your 1/3-cup measure to gather a scoop of batter & pour it onto your pan or griddle. When the edges have browned & bubbles appear, flip the pancake, & cook the other side until it's golden brown. Don't press down on the pancake; it won't help it cook faster, and it'll crush the light texture.


Tip: To make blueberry pancakes, scatter a handful of frozen blueberries into the batter as soon as you pour it onto the griddle.


Step 7: Cook your pancakes

When you're satisfied that you've got the right temperature, use your 1/3-cup measure to pour on as many helpings of batter as you can comfortably fit on the griddle. There should be a bit of space between them, so that they don't overlap or touch when you flip them.


Step 8: Keep them warm

Pancakes should be served as soon as they're cooked through. If you're whipping up a big batch, don't let your cooked cakes get cold while the new ones are just hitting the griddle. Instead, lay the pancakes on a cookie sheet. Make sure not to overlap or stack them, and place them in a just-warm oven until you're ready to serve.


Step 9: Serve and enjoy

Serve your pancakes with traditional sides like butter and maple syrup, but don't be afraid to experiment! Give whipped cream, jams or jellies, peanut butter, sliced fruit, and even melted chocolate a try!


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