with the 4, 3, 2, 1 method, you don’t need a measuring cup or a scale!
But where the hell did you keep your recipe for pancake dough ? With the method 4, 3, 2, 1, there is no longer any excuse for skipping Candlemas (even if your gourmet notebook has gone missing). And since she doesn’t use scales or measuring cups, it’s even easier. Come on, let’s heat the crepe maker, and let it jump!
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Pancake batter, the little scare of Candlemas
We love them with sugar, maple syrup, jam or spread. That’s it, the crepes make their big comeback on February 2, Candlemas Day!
But for many of us, pancake batter rhymes (sometimes) with a headache. Besides the obsession with lumps, memorizing the exact proportions of flour, milk, and egg – especially when you only take out your crepe maker once a year – it’s not necessarily easy.
Pancake batter 4, 3, 2, 1: the easy, quick and foolproof recipe
To always be in the starting blocks at snack time, there is the technique 4, 3, 2, 1. Kezako? A magic pancake batter recipe invented by the Francine flour brandwhich has since hit the mark with the greatest chefs.
And for good reason, it is childishly simple… since it can be summed up in one sentence: “4 glasses of milk, 3 eggs, 2 glasses of flour and 1 pinch of salt”. Very easy to memorize, it does especially in practice: no more weighing to the nearest gram or the millimeter graduations of the measuring cup, we use a simple glass as standard. Exactly like the pot of yogurt in the yogurt cake!
The good plan: as this paste is not sweet, you can also recycle it as a base for your salted crepes.
The detailed recipe for crepe 4, 3, 2, 1
4 glasses of milk
2 glasses of flour
1 pinch of salt
Sift the flour.
Mix the sifted flour and salt in a bowl. Dig a well and crack the eggs. Whisk.
Gradually add the milk, several timesstirring well after each glass.
Let the pancake batter rest in the fridge for at least 1 hour. Dilute it with a little milk when you take it out of the fridge if it seems too thick.
Cook the pancakes in a hot greased frying panturning them over halfway through cooking.
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