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Buttermilk pancakes with caramelised pears

Description: Buttermilk pancakes with caramelised pears

Buttermilk pancakes with caramelised pears

 

·         Serves 4 (makes 8 pancakes)

·         Prep 15 minutes (plus 10 minutes standing time)

·         Cook 25 minutes

Ingredient

·         1¼ cups self-raising flour

·         2 tablespoons caster sugar

·         1 cup buttermilk

·         1 egg

·         1 medium corella pear, unpeeled

·         20g butter, melted

·         1 tablespoon brown sugar

·         2 tablespoons golden syrup

·         4 small scoops vanilla ice-cream

 

Description: Vanilla ice-cream

Vanilla ice-cream

Recipe

1.    Combine flour and sugar in a bowl. Make a well in the centre. Whisk buttermilk and egg in a jug. Pour buttermilk mixture into flour mixture. Whisk until smooth. Stand for 10 minutes.

2.    Meanwhile, cut pear into quarters lengthways and remove the core. Cut each quarter into 6 thin slices.

3.    Heat a large, non-stick frying pan over medium heat. Brush pan with butter. Spoon ¼ cup batter into pan, spreading to form a 1cm-thick round. Arrange 3 pear slices on surface of pancake. Sprinkle a little brown sugar over the pear. Repeat to make 2 pancakes. Cook pancakes for 2 to 3 minutes or until bubbles appear on surface. Turn carefully. Cook for a further 2 to 3 minutes, pressing down with a spatula to secure pear, until pancakes are cooked and pear caramelised. Transfer to a plate, pear-side up. Cover loosely with foil to keep warm. Repeat with remaining mixture, pear and brown sugar to make 8 pancakes, brushing pan with butter between batches.

4.    Place pancakes on plates. Drizzle with golden syrup. Serve topped with ice-cream.

 

Nutrition: (per serve) 1811kJ; 11.8g fat; 7g sat fat; 10g protein; 71g carbs; 2.5g fibre; 65mg chol; 445mg sodium.

 

Cook’s note Toss the pear slices in a little lemon juice to prevent them from going brown before cooking.

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