Sour milk pancakes with Greek yogurt. Recipe
At home, weeknight dinners are fast and late, so that we cannot dwell on large elaborations or hearty dishes, but when the weekend arrives, we want some delicacy with which to celebrate laziness and rest. Some Fridays or Saturdays we make pancakes for dinner; By themselves they constitute a party, so delicious that we do not leave a single one on the plate and sometimes there are diplomatic negotiations to see who gets the last one.
I usually make them sweet, very sweet, but this weekend I added one of those ingredients that I like to put on the cart to try. On Friday I found sour milk in a large supermarket and I decided to make the pancakes with it, and substitute the whipped cream for Greek yogurt, getting a more acidic, less sweet, and very surprising result, some sour milk pancakes with Greek yogurt to lick the fingers.
Ingredients for three people
240 grams of flour, 80 grams of butter, 3 tablespoons of sugar, 260 grams of sour milk, 50 grams of normal milk, 3 eggs, a pinch of salt and 1 teaspoon and 1/2 of baking powder. To accompany: Greek yogurt and caramel syrup.
Preparation of sour milk pancakes with Greek yogurt
Melt the butter in the Thermomix, setting a minute and a half at 40º. Add the rest of the ingredients (except the Greek yogurt and the syrup) and program 20 seconds at speed 6. Check that the dough has been mixed well, and if not, finish mixing with the spatula. Let stand half an hour without removing it from the glass.
Heat the griddle or a pan for pancakes. When it has reached temperature, grease it with butter and remove the excess fat with kitchen paper. Take the dough with a saucepan and pour it onto the hot plate.
When the pancakes begin to present well-formed bubbles, it is time to flip them. When the bottom part acquires a toasted color, we can take them out and reserve them on a plate.
Processing time | 45 minutes
Difficulty | Low
These sour milk pancakes with Greek yogurt have a more tart undertone than classic pancakes. The acidic milk base clearly differentiates them, and Greek yogurt is a good companion, creamy and slightly acidic, it does not need to be sweetened, since the caramel syrup provides the necessary sweetness point.
With this incentive, who does not want Friday to arrive?