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It’s Pancake Day again already and we hope you’re already on your second stack of these tremendously traditional treats and enjoying every mouthful. If you haven’t made your batter yet, or if you’d totally forgotten what day it is, don’t panic – we come bearing the recipe for perfect pancakes. There are some ideas for weird and wonderful toppings to try too.
Like to keep yours simple? You’re not alone, we love nothing more than a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of sugar on ours. It’s a good job we’ve got something sensationally stylish to store our citrus on at Omlet HQ then, isn’t it!? Is it an Egg Ramp? Is it a fruit bowl? You’ll just have to wait and see…
Largest Pancake - In 1994, the Co-Operative Union cooked a 15m pancake in Rochdale. The pancake measured 1 inch thick, weighed 3 tonnes and took some serious machinery to flip over.
Highest Pancake Toss - The highest pancake flip measured a whopping 9.47m. It was accomplished by pancake pro Dominic Cuzzacrea, in New York, 2010.
Most Expensive Pancake - The Manchester Radisson Blu Edwardian’s Opus restaurant will be serving a painfully expensive pancake dish today. At £800 a serving, it contains lobster, caviar, truffles, mussels, langoustines and a dollop of Dom Pérignon Rosé hollandaise sauce.
Peanut Butter and Jam – An American classic, and the perfect combo for a pancake filling.
Melted After Eights – Complete heaven, according to one our Twitter followers.
Banana and Bacon – With a touch of maple syrup too. A surprisingly popular choice of topping.
Green Eggs and Ham – Very odd. Very Dr. Seuss. Kids will love it. Colour and fry the white separately from the yolk to achieve the look.
Hot Dogs – This makes sense. Hot sausages on pancakes, with a dollop of ketchup, mustard or apple sauce, and rolled up.