Monday, January 19, 2009
I had baking blue lately... plus the unpredictable weather, making me lazy to spend too much time in the kitchen, i rather spend my time with my Ellyn.
I attempt to try this recipe because i found simple and easy recipe from my blogger friend Sefa (i wish you get welll soon Mba). I used to buy this pancake in Jakarta, few years ago, my favorite flavor is actually coconut and brown (chocolate) rice.
Anyway, you can eat this for breakfast or tea time. Enjoy...
Martabak Manis (Indonesian Style Sweet Thick Pancake)
Recipe by Stella through Nining, slightly modified by Sefa
250 gr all-purpose-flour
400 ml fresh milk
1 egg (medium size)
30 gr granulated sugar
½ tbsp salt
½ tsp baking soda
Granulated sugar for drizzling, as needed
Grated cheddar cheese
Butter for spreading
1. Combine all the ingredients except baking soda in a bowl. Mix using whisker until well dissolved. Sieve if there are still lumps in the batter. Rest for an hour and more in a room temperature.
2. Heat the pan over medium heat. Add baking soda and whisk. Pour the batter over the pan. Cook over small heat until the surface dry up and consist pores. Drizzle small amount of sugar over the pancake and cover the pan and let it cook until set.
3. Transfer martabak into a flat plate or cutting board. Spread pancake with butter. Add your desired filling (even you can combine the filling) and pour condensed milk over. Fold the pancake and spread again with butter. Cut as desired.
4. Serve warm or cold.