Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Burger Pancakes/ Pancakes Freezing in Snow- Sponge Pancake Giveaway




 
Well, this time i made this is for the submission to the Sponge Pancake Giveaway created by Wendy for Table for 2 ..or more, simply because to join in for another fun and to support wendy. Of course, if i can receive the gift, that would be an additional delight for me but we have to abide by a few rules set by the queen. Wendy wants "creativity", i'm not a creative person, try to be creative in this but sorry wendy, cannot be more creative than this. Using your basic recipe, i doubled it , using a 4 inch nonstick pan and i got 6 pieces of small pancakes. 2 pieces for the ' burger pancake', 1 piece for 'pancake freezing in snow' , 1 plain one go to my stomach and the remaining 2 pieces which were badly burnt and murdered by me into the trash!


Recipe:
2 eggs ( egg whites separated)
2 tablespoon of sugar
2 tbsp of all purpose flour
butter for frying

Burger Pancakes
some pork floss or chicken floss
some shredded cucumber

Method for Burger Pancake
1.Beat egg whites until frothy and add in sugar and beat till medium stiff peaks
2. Put in egg yolks and mix.
3.Sift in flour and fold into the egg mixture
4.Heat up a 4 inch nonstick pan, put in some butter, pour in some batter and swirl around it and cook
till both sides turn slightly brown.
5.On one piece of pancake, put some shredded cucumber followed by another alyer of pork floss and then another layer of shredded cucumber. Top it with another piece of pancake. For garnishing , put some shredded cucumber and some pork floss on top.


Pancake Freezing in the snow
Some creamy sweet corn from the can ( i used the ones left from my sweet corn chiffon)
Some fresh young grated coconut

Method:
1. Spread some fresh young grated coconut and some creamy sweet corn on a piece of pancake, roll it up and cut into 2.
2. Sprinkle some grated coconut and some corn kernels for topping.

16 comments:

  1. Lena,
    You call ur self not creative?
    That's a big lie!!!!

    Thanks for the support.
    The pancakes look pretty good to me.

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  2. Lena....who say you are not creative !!! I hope you will win a prize from Wendy :) That pancake is good and what a nice name you have given to your pancake....not creative ? * wink wink

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  3. WOW, you are very creative ler, yours look better than mine, I have no hope to win this contest liao, hahaha..

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  4. ahha i agree with Wendy. this is creative! Oh my, I also did a burger with the pancake, just haven't posted it up yet.. *bummer*

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  5. Lena
    Those are mouth-watering pancakes! Good luck to you!

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  6. Love both, especially the the burger one! Kudos for cooking the pancakes so nicely.

    Robert

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  7. Both looks great! Simply delicious ...

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  8. WOW! These look great, I bet it must be very delicious ;)

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  9. hi everyone, i'm actually quite reluctant to admit that i'm creative but anyway, thanks so much for the compliments ..that's very encouraging!

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  10. wow!!! how tempting! are those for sale?

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  11. Love the idea of having pork floss in the sponge pancake! I'm a big fan of pork floss!

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  12. Great idea on the pork floss Lena! Love it and it looks yummy too!

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  13. oh boy, they sure look yummy. how did you manage to come up with the ideas and names for your food? they are great! i'll try it one of these days...since no baking is required..hehhehehe

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  14. claire..you really know how to joke!

    but i kind of agree with some of you that the pork floss and the cucumber goes well with the pancake.

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