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  • Yes we are back in my kitchen and that's good because today we're learning all

  • about pancake day, but what exactly is pancake day? Hmm pancake day is basically

  • a day when we eat pancakes it always falls on a Tuesday and was originally

  • called Shrove Tuesday, some people still do call it Shrove Tuesday. It comes

  • before Ash Wednesday. Now the date each year changes but it will always come

  • forty-seven days before Easter. It all stems from Christian traditions.

  • Originally known as Shrove Tuesday that name comes from the word Shrive which

  • means to take absolution for your sins by doing penance. What does that mean?

  • Well basically around this time of year you would be called to give confession.

  • Please forgive me I've done terrible things. Then once you've confessed you're

  • given absolution which means that you are basically forgiven, you're let off

  • but you do have to do penance and penance is where you punish yourself. You

  • give yourself punishment and the punishment is what is known as Lent. This

  • is 40 days of fasting so before the penance begins before Lent takes place

  • the best thing to do is to get rid of all the naughty fatty foods from the

  • cupboard, clear out the cupboards and the fridge so you can do your penance

  • without being tempted and that's where Shrove Tuesday, pancake day comes into

  • play. So your pancakes are basically a way to get rid of things like butter,

  • eggs, milk, sugar, all the nice rich sweet and fatty foods and here's something I

  • only learned today; In America pancake day is called Mardi Gras which is French

  • for Fat Tuesday. So enough about the history what do

  • we need to make a pancake? We need 200 grams of plain flour. 350 to 400

  • milliliters of milk or you can do half milk and half water for a lighter

  • pancake.You need two large eggs which will be lightly whisked 1 tablespoon of

  • vegetable oil and then you can add a pinch of salt and you'll also need

  • vegetable oil for frying. Ok I'm ready to start cooking my ingredients are ready

  • and the first thing I need is my flour. Now we're supposed to put the flour in a

  • bowl and make a well in the middle of the bowl so basically you just make a

  • hole in the middle of the flour like that then we pour in the milk. Oh dear ok

  • anyway and then the eggs then I take my whisk and I'm going to try to mix the

  • egg and milk together first by doing little stirs and then I'll make it

  • bigger to try and incorporate the flour. This is gonna get messy I can feel it.

  • I think I need to bake a bigger bowl. Bigger bowl, right let's do this properly.

  • And we keep mixing until we have a smooth batter now we add our tablespoon

  • of oil then you take a crepe pan or an omelette pan is what I'm going to use just

  • a small frying type pan with a nonstick bottom. You're going to take a tissue dip

  • it into the oil, kitchen roll ideally, and then wipe the oil onto the base of the

  • pan then we're going to heat the pan over a medium heat for one minute. It's

  • all going wrong I've managed to drop the whisk and cover myself in butter this is

  • why you should have an apron, definitely add that to my shopping list.

  • We're ready okay okay okay so then we get a ladle make sure you've got a

  • nice spread I haven't made these for such a long time please keep your

  • fingers crossed that I don't make a complete mess of this while I'm showing

  • it to everyone ah okay so you're only supposed to cook for around 30 to 40

  • seconds but it looks like my pan wasn't hot enough we'll see. Now to check

  • the underneath side of the pancake you need like a palette knife I think it's

  • called which is long and flat I don't seem to have one. I'm ill-equipped but I

  • do have a spatula and and the rubber type spatula scraper thing so I'm gonna

  • try and use one of these.

  • So I'm using a wooden a wooden like thing I'm just to loosen it off the bottom

  • Once it's loose, hopefully I'm not gonna tear the whole thing, once it's loose I

  • can flip it. Okay so now it's loose now comes the really exciting part which is

  • the pancake flip so to get it on to its other side you have to flip it now I've

  • not flipped a pancake for a long time so let's hope this goes well. You get it

  • nice and loose to the edge of the pan hey I'm so glad that stayed together I've done this

  • once before in the pancake burst apart and pancake went everywhere. Okay so now

  • you cook the other side and for about 30 to 40 seconds I honestly think my

  • pan is a little bit... it's not hot enough is what I want to say, so I'm just gonna

  • turn the heat up and keep cooking. Now there are many ways to enjoy a pancake

  • but what you have to ask yourself the most important question is are you sweet

  • or are you savory? If you like to have a sweet pancake then one of the most

  • common things to do is to add sugar and lemon. I've literally just bought some

  • from Sainsbury's they're not sponsoring me by the way probably they should so

  • caster sugar and I've looked bought lemon juice but you can just buy fresh

  • lemons and squeeze on fresh lemons if you like I got this cuz it lasts a bit

  • longer. Some people will opt for chocolate

  • spread and chopped banana that is delicious I have the trusty old

  • jar of Nutella and I luckily just bought some bananas Nutella aren't sponsoring

  • me either unfortunately can you imagine the vats

  • of Nutella they would send me for free. Ah yay it's getting a bit of colour now

  • so I would brown it off on both sides and serve it up if you opt the savoury

  • then you can add cheese ham tomato anything you like really the whole point

  • of pancakes is to just use up what you've got in the house in the fridge

  • and in the cupboards. Right I'm ready for that pancake now if you want to make

  • pancakes for yourself at home then you might be interested in the notes that I

  • wrote for this lesson it will give you the background that I talked about as

  • well as the ingredients and the method of how to make a good pancake and these

  • are available for free to download from my website the link will be down in the

  • description box below okay enjoy your pancakes oh and before you go don't

  • forget to share not your pancakes of course you can eat them all to yourself

  • but share this video if you think it's interesting enough and do give it a

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  • all right I'm hungry I'll see you later!

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パンケーキの日 英国スタイル|英国の伝統|英国の食文化 (Pancake Day UK Style | British Traditions | British Food Culture)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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