Red velvet hotcakes

New York burger joint style chocolate flapjacks meet red velvet cake in this sharp informal breakfast dish, piled up with a sweet maple cream cheddar icing, chocolate chips and new blueberries.


•             200g self raising flour

•             2 tbsp cocoa powder

•             1 tsp heating powder

•             1 tbsp brilliant caster sugar

•             ½ tsp vanilla concentrate

•             230ml milk

•             3 eggs

•             25g margarine , dissolved in addition to extra for searing

•             red gel food shading

For the garnishes

•             100g cream cheddar

•             4 tbsp maple syrup

•             100g chocolate chips

•             icing sugar , for tidying

•             handful blueberries (discretionary)


•STEP 1.Blend the entirety of the hotcake fixings (aside from the food shading) together in a huge bowl, whisk altogether until smooth. Presently include a modest quantity of red food shading and blend once more. Include additionally shading until the player is a rich rosy earthy colored.

•STEP 2.Put a little handle of margarine in an enormous non-stick skillet over a medium-low warmth and cook until liquefied and frothing. Pour 2 tbsp of the blend into the skillet and utilize the rear of the spoon to shape it into a 8-9cm round plate. Contingent upon the size of your skillet you might have the option to get 2 or 3 flapjacks to cook simultaneously. Cook for 2-3 mins on the primary side, at that point flip over and cook for another 1 min on the other.

•STEP 3.Warmth stove to its most reduced setting and stack up the cooked hotcakes on a heating plate to keep warm in the broiler while you cook the rest. In a little bowl combine the cream cheddar and maple syrup at that point put aside until required. To serve, stack the flapjacks with the cream cheddar blend and chocolate contributes between them at that point get done with a last spot of the cream cheddar, a tidying of icing sugar and a couple of new blueberries in the event that you like.

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