Queen Elizabeth II’s pancake recipe resurfacesLIVING
After her death on Sept. 8, royal family fanatics dug up the queen’s old recipe.
The recipe was originally included in a letter to President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1960.
The recipe is for drop scones, which are thicker than American pancakes and involve dropping soft dollops onto the griddle.
The note is typed out with a heading that reads “menu” in all caps, but it also includes her handwriting. In a note toward the bottom, she wrote “enough for 16 people.”Ingr
Next, the monarch instructed bakers to “beat eggs, sugar, and about half the milk together, add flour, and mix well together, adding the remainder of milk as required, also bicar
She also added that Eisenhower should give the mix a “great deal of beating” before placing soft dollops onto the griddle.
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