Scotch pancakes with yogurt, blueberries and honey recipe

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Scotch pancakes with yogurt, blueberries and honey

Up your breakfast game

Total time30min
Serves4
MealBreakfast

Ingredients

  • For the pancakes: 200g plain flour
  • 10g baking powder
  • 10g sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 200g milk
  • 100g Yeo Valley natural yogurt
  • To serve: 250g Yeo Valley natural yogurt
  • 50g honey
  • 1 punnet of blueberries
  • 20g toasted sesame seeds
  • Mint

Instructions

  1. Before you make the pancakes, you will need to strain the serving yogurt – we suggest doing it the night before, if not, a couple of hours should be fine. To strain the yogurt, pour 250g into some clean muslin cloth. Place in a sieve and leave draining over an empty bowl.
  2. Once you have your strained yogurt, you are now ready to make your pancakes.
  3. To make the pancakes, add all of the dry ingredients to a bowl. In a separate bowl, beat the egg with the milk and yogurt. Once combined, pour into the dry ingredients and mix well using a whisk. Allow to stand for 10 minutes.
  4. To cook, place a pan onto the stove and add a small ladle of the pancake mixture. Cook for about 1 minute on either side or until golden brown on both sides.
  5. To assemble your breakfast, place the pancakes onto a warm plate and spoon the strained yogurt onto the middle of each pancake. Drizzle the honey over the pancakes before sprinkling over blueberries and toasted sesame seeds. Finish with finely shredded mint and serve.

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Comments (3)

  • How much is a “Punnet”, asking for myself an ignorant American.

      1 year ago
    • The plastic container the berries are sold in is usually referred to as a punnet.

        1 year ago
  • I might leave the shredded mint out of it. No matter the quantity, I find mint tends to arrive on the palate like HI I'M MINT!! and doesn't let any of the other flavours get a word in edgeways.

      1 year ago
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