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You Will LOVE This British PANCAKE Recipe for Pancake Day

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Published on Feb 7, 2015

Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday) is the day before the start of Lent, and traditionally in Britain, pancakes are made and eaten in large quantities. The reason, allegedly, is that people needed to use up flour, eggs, butter and milk because they were not allowed to consume the things during the period of 'fasting'. I don't know if that's true, but what I do know is that British pancakes are delicious and cheap, as well as being quick and easy to make. Most countries have their own versions of pancakes, but the English ones, I think, are pretty unique. These pancakes are thin, with a lacy, crispy edge, and the special technique of flipping them into the air to turn them over makes them fun to make. Traditionally, British pancakes are topped with a sprinkling of sugar and a squirt of lemon juice, but you can use any topping ingredients you like - things like Nutella or dulce de leche, or peanut butter and jelly. Whatever floats your boat. But British pancake fillings don't have to be sweet, you could also try savoury toppings like bacon and cheese, or bolognese sauce, or even a sweet and savoury combo like bacon and maple syrup.

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