Pancakes with Fried Apples Recipe for Bonfire Cooking

Pancakes with fried apples, blueberries and dulce de leche

Pancakes for breakfast – what’s not to like? Fried fruit is good and turns the pancakes into a small dessert.

by Naturkok Sander Blohm

Naturkok Sander Blom

Condensed milk can be boiled up to a very tasty caramel crème – “Dulce de leche”. You can make it at home before you go or on site. The caramel creme is a nice extra flavor on the pancakes, but can also be used on bannocks or added to a nice fruit soup. I always make my pancakes without milk and save that ingredient. On the other hand I always bring eggs. You can use egg powder.

Ingredients

Dough

  • 2 cups of flour
  • 2 eggs (or egg powder)
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • A pinch of salt
  • Cardamom, vanilla, lemon zest
  • Butter
  • Water

Garnish

  • 2 apples
  • Blueberries
  • Sugar
  • Butter

Dulce de leche

  • One can of condensed milk, boil in water for 3 hours.

Get cooking:

  1. Flour, eggs, salt, sugar and spices are mixed together with a splash of water to a thick mass.
  2. Add water until the dough has the right consistency.
  3. Fry the pancakes in butter. Before you flip the pancake you can add blueberries and let them bake with the pancake.
  4. Stack the pancakes on a plate
  5. Take a pan and fry slices of apple in butter, sprinkle with sugar.
  6. Garnish the pancakes with apple slices and your caramel creme and eat while hot.

”Dulce de leche” is always a hit when on tour. Make it from home and surprise when away. This is one of the many joys while on tour.

Pancakes with Fried Apples Recipe for Bonfire Cooking Pancakes with Fried Apples Recipe for Bonfire Cooking

Pancakes with Fried Apples Recipe for Bonfire Cooking Pancakes with Fried Apples Recipe for Bonfire Cooking