Sometimes hor.. Simon can be abit random. One of the recent sundays, he suddenly tell me that we are going to make matcha pancakes.. At first I was like.. huh no beehoon and fish fillet for breakfast today? but after awhile I became very excited because WE ARE GOING TO MAKE MATCHA PANCAKES!! :D:D
We changed our pancake mix by the way, no more morinaga this time round we shall try Bisquick! A long time ago I used to use Bisquick + 7up to make popeyes’ inspired scones. LOL! Maybe I should do that again.
So anyway Bisquick is pretty straightforward.. The instructions are already there.
We followed the instructions for the Classic Pancake, but we used half of everything as we can’t finish all if we were to make so many. So basically we only used:
1 cup Original Bisquick mix
half cup milk and
Then we add in the Matcha Powder (MATCHA HAGOROMO). I think you can use this to make matcha tea too. (Simon made it and it was not nice) Here says it’s suitable for cakes and pastries.. I’m not too sure though.
Add in your desired amount of matcha powder, we were basically on a experiment so we just add in what we thought is appropriate. LOL. After this, the egg. Apparently this egg is from japan, shipped all the way here.
The beautiful egg yolk.
Lastly we add in the half cup of Meadow Fresh full cream pure milk and mixed everything up!
No matter how we beat the mixture, there are some parts which just won’t dissolved.
Anyway we just heck it and pour about 1/4 cup of batter into the pan.
And this is the outcome. Very flat..
I think it’s not a good idea to use half afterall. LOL! And probably should pour more batter.
The taste leh? Not very nice also. It’s quite bitter. I think next time I will add abit of sugar and also buy some adzuki beans for the matcha pancakes!
Then in the evening I had cravings for korean fried chicken so the hubby went out and bought Nene Chicken from Hougang mall for me. ^^ Although I like four fingers but actually this one also not bad. Some of my friends don’t really like but I think I like all korean fried chickens! HAHA.
It’s not spicy at all by the way!
I like soggy chicken and fries so I really love it when it’s both soggy and crispy at the right places. =D
The drumlet is really big but I prefer winglets, it’s addictive too. Very hard to stop at one..
The coleslaw with crabmeat inside, not a fan of this.
My favourite, oh. I am hungry now!
I’m ending the post now and yes we are still going to try making matcha pancakes!! Hope we succeed next time! New home new kitchen omg im so excited! =D