Big Apple Fritter


As I said previously, I don’t love apples, with the consequence that I had many of them, which were sadly staring at me from the fruit basket.
This morning I decided to use one of them to make pancakes. Then, I actually used only half of it, but.. oh well.
I thought I’d make the pancakes big, so they’d take less time, and also because my daughter wanted to try some new moulds that her granma brought her from the Ikea.

1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2cup whole wheat flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 apple (but I would have added another slice)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
About 1 cup of vegetable milk (I used oat one, that is nice and sweet)
2 teaspoons lemon juice
frying oil (optional)

I mixed the flours with the other dry ingredients, then I gradually added the milk, stirring well, and finally the lemon juice and the apple, cut into pieces. I warmed a little oil in a frying pan, 17 c diam., and poured in about half of the mixture. I let it cook on a medium heat, until it formed the “classic” bubble on the surface (about 3 minutes), then I turned it and cooked 2 minutes further, until completely browned. I repeated the procedure with the other half of the mixture and served. We polished them off with a bit of maple syrup and unrefined cane sugar with lemon. I accompanied them with a cup of boiling Lapsang Souchong tea (Francesco talked about it here) and my daughter with a glass of apple juice.
This is the result after the “cure”, of my daughter’s moulds:

Chef: Cri from VeganBlog

  1. ascanio 30 March 2011 at 05:48

    I like this vey much… and I could try preparing it with other fruits as well

  2. heidi 31 March 2011 at 07:17

    That’s a good idea, I love apples

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