Molasses pear pancakes
It's true, not everyone take amazing photos (some are pretty far from capturing something that is appetizing...) and in some blogs the graphics are not awesome and perhaps it is like that that every second person is writing a blog.
Her negative tone bothered me, because I actually find it really nice that there are so many blogs out there, so many people are cooking great food!
I can sit hours (ok, a bit of an addiction) and pin recipes and it's really exciting to think that someone actually cooked that thing and someone lucky (bugger) was lucky enough to eat it!
Yes, there is a lot of "competition", but it also means that there is so much good food and that's the important thing.
It's the bloggers who think they are better than the rest of us who annoy me, not those who "quietly" blog about their lives and cooking. If you are not interested, don't read.
Cooking good food with fresh ingredients has become main-stream after years of frozen food and junk food so why not show the world?
I celebrate the fact that there is such a huge change in the way many people think, cook and eat food.
Let's blog about it!
2tsp baking powder
50g butter, melted + more for frying
1/2 a pear
Add the wet ingredients and mix with a whisk.
Grate the pear into the bowl and mix.
Warm a bit of butter in a frying pan and using a ladle drop the pancake batter into the pan.
Fry until there are small bubbles showing on top of the batter and the outside of the pancake gets a bit dryer than the middle of it. Turn the pancakes over and let them fry till they are brown on both sides.
As you go on and use the batter you might need to add a bit of butter to the frying pan.
Serve with maple syrup or agave syrup.