Banana pancakes, sweet and soft, perfectly accompany the bitterish, crunchy oranges. This combination produces a balanced taste, making us get off the bed a little less unwillingly carving for this delicious breakfast treat.
A final dust of cinnamon is a must: the queen of winter spices warms up until the very deep, moves the QI and calms pain. For a soft awakening and a good day.
Serves 2 -Easy- Prep time: 20 minutes
You will need:
- 2 oranges, untreated;
- brown sugar;
- 2 tsp of butter;
- 1 cup of plain flour;
- 1 cup of milk;
- 1 egg;
- 1 tsp of baking powder;
- 1 medium size banana.
- Put a pan to warm up on medium heat, spread a tablespoon of brown sugar and let melt;
- cut an orange in slices of about ½ cm, place them on the pan, and let them cook on the first side, covered;
- sprinkle them with some more sugar, then turn them so they cook on the other side;
- finish off with a small knob of butter on each slice, and one more minute of cooking;
- prepare the pancakes’ batter. Our favorite recipe is from Jamie Oliver, and it is as simple as it goes: combine together one egg, one cup of milk, one cup of flour, a pinch of salt and the baking powder; whisk until smooth;
- you can now add some extra flavors to your recipe. This time we went for banana slices (which also add extra softness to our pancakes). So cut your banana in slices, and add them to the batter;
- melt a knob of butter in a pan, wait for it to be melt and hot then add a scoop of your batter. When it has become brownish (and it starts forming bubbles), turn it with decision and let it cook on the other side. Go on until you are done with all the mix;
- serve those fluffy pancakes with some slices of oranges on top, sprinkle with some cinnamon powder.
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