Pancake recipe: Royal chefs share how to make Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite pancakes
Pancake Day: Royal Family chef shares Shrove Tuesday recipe
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Queen Elizabeth II, 94, is known to have a sweet tooth at rarely goes a day without a slice of cake or something sweet to accompany her afternoon tea. The Queen and Prince Philip, 99, are both currently based at Windsor Castle where they will be served pancakes by the royal chefs to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.
As head of the Church of England, the Queen is a devout Christian and observes the start of Lent every year.
In order to celebrate the important religious milestone, the Royal Family has shared its secret pancake recipe with fans.
On Tuesday, The Royal Family’s official account tweeted a video of how to make the Queen’s favourite pancakes.
The first tweet which was shared with the clip read: “This #PancakeDay we are sharing a pancake recipe with an extra special twist.
“Take a look at the full recipe here: https://bit.ly/3u2lEqG.
“Enjoy and we hope you have a peaceful #ShroveTuesday.”
A follow-up tweet included serving suggestions and read: “The Royal Chefs have suggested three ways to serve pancakes this #PancakeDay.
“Strawberry Jam and cream pancakes
“Classic lemon and sugar pancakes
“Savoury ham, leek and cheese pancakes.”
Royal pancake recipe
(Makes x 10 pancakes)
125g Plain Flour
Pinch of salt
2 medium eggs (approx. 100g)
1.5 egg yolks (30g)
The royal chefs’ pancake recipe has a special twist with instructions on how to make ‘beurre noisette’ or ‘nutty butter’ in French.
The added touch is meant to give the pancakes extra flavour and helps keep them moist.
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How to make beurre noisette
Place butter in a pan and cook gently until all the water in the butter cooks off and the milk solids will separate to the bottom of the pan and gently golden.
This will spit gently and once quietens down will have turned a nutty brown colour, set this aside to cool.
How to make pancake batter
Mix the salt, flour and sugar with the eggs in stages to create a smooth batter.
Then add the milk in stages and finally the beurre noisette.
Pancake serving suggestions
Lemon and sugar pancakes
Dust the cooked pancakes with caster sugar before rolling up and serving with lemon wedges.
Jam and cream pancakes
Whip up some double cream to a spreadable consistency.
Once your pancakes have cooled spread over a layer of your favourite jam, followed by a layer of whipped cream and fold up into quarters.
Garnish with fresh berries.
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