How To Make Nigerian Pancakes

A serving of simple Nigerian pancakes. The eggs made is this soft, you can make with less eggs.
How To Make Nigerian Pancakes, Easy Steps
  1. I sieved the flour into a bowl, added just a pinch of salt
  2. mixed 2 spoons of powdered milk and sugar in a glass of water before adding to the flour
  3. Added much thinly chopped onion and stirred with a wooden spoon until there is a smooth free flowing paste like what we see in the third  picture above. (tasted and dropped in a little more sugar)
  4. Added the eggs last, and stirred again until  well mixed
  5. Scoop and pour gently in a hot fry pan that has just a few drops of oil in it. ( I tilted the fry pan to different directions, so that the little oil wets the whole bottom of the pan, before pouring in the flour)
  6. In just a matter of seconds, I felt it was beginning to get burnt, so, I flipped over with  a spatula, flattened, and gave some seconds to cook before bringing out of the pan, dropped in a little more oil before pouring in another round of flour.
  7. This was served hot!

 Frying my simple pancake with just  some drops of vegetable oil in my old fry pan. Remember this fry pan?
I made this pancakes in 10 minutes, while
the girls were getting ready for school.
 I do not like to cook that early, but do not know why once in a while, they ask
 to eat pancakes on their way to school. Lol!  This is so easy and fast to make,
so , I just please them, rush into the kitchen and get it done
even before they are out of the bathroom.

CLICK 1-3 BELOW TO SEE OTHER PANCAKE RECIPES:

1. FOR HOW TO MAKE BANANA PANCAKES, GO HERE

2. HOW TO MAKE PANCAKE ROLLS  AND VEGETABLE FILLINGS, GO HERE

3. HOW TO MAKE PANCAKE ROLLS AT HOME, GO HERE


 fresh simple naija pancakes
 mixing ingredients for the pancakes. Mix chopped onion, sugar, a pinch of salt, milk and water to a runny mixture like what is here before adding your eggs.
Ingredients for my simple Nigerian pancakes: 
  • 1 full cup flour
  • 3 eggs or less. If it's pancake rolls you are making, then three eggs are ok to enable easy folding in of the fillings.
  • Milk
  • Onion
  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • Water
  • Vegetable oil
 my simple Nigerian pancakes served hot
 simple but delicious pancake cooking in a pan
My simple pan cakes are the easiest to make, they cook fast. It is advisable that you don't leave the kitchen at all after pouring in the hot fry pan, wait and flip over or it might just get burnt.

39 comments:

  1. spykid2:22 AM

    Thanks Eya... You really are doing a good job here. Well done!

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  2. spykid2:24 AM

    FYI, I just bookmarked ur page, so I can get to it with just one click!

    Dear Future hubby, with this blog, I'm gon' feed U FAT!:)

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    1. Anonymous11:34 PM

      Lol.. I cld av sworn I was the one who typed this comment... The exact way I feel. And the exact same thing I did when I viewed this blog was to bookmark str8 away! With ma future hubby in mind . Thumbs up to the blogger

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  3. Onions in the pancake, huh? And that's why it's your NIGERIAN pancakes lol... nice!

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    1. The softness of the onions after frying is what makes it so special. Without onions, it is not the same thing o.

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    2. Anonymous12:01 PM

      U r just right my D

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  4. Adults may like this o, but I know that you are truly helping mothers do quick and health snacks for the children. I'll try it out now, and ensure the baby of the house gets some for school tomorrow. Thanks dear Eya.

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  5. Anonymous9:10 AM

    What about better? U didnt mention that in ur pancake making

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  6. Aunty is there anything or way to prepare d pancake,so it can last longer. D ones we do at home last for mere 2days.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Sorry Bonario, I've never tried keeping mine that long. You sef eh, is two days not long enough?

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  7. zegzeg2:12 PM

    Thkz to ur blog is really a saver.

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  8. Anonymous3:35 PM

    I luv ur blog

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  9. Anonymous4:52 PM

    This is my first time on ur blog,unique and soo educating..i love ur blog and want u to keep it up.

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  10. Anonymous1:47 PM

    I LOVE U SO MUCH FOR DIS BLOG,GOD BLESS U

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  11. Anonymous2:12 PM

    What can u serve d pancakes with?

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  12. I also add pepper to mine.....tnx ur a life saver .....so learning a lot here...dear future hubby beta hurry so u can start enjoyn all theseeeee

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  13. This is a sharp sharp, quick quick kind of recipe. Love it! No time wasting at all. Well done Eya x

    www.spynaija.blogspot.com

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  15. hmm onions in pancakes .. hmm

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  16. Try it Tobi, only make sure the onion is thinly chopped.

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  17. Anonymous11:51 AM

    Just made it now! Added a lil fresh pepper! Yummy!

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    1. Thanks for letting us know about the outcome of your dish. I will add a lil fresh pepper to mine next time and see how it goes.

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  18. Learner6:27 PM

    LMAO @ spykid...yes o..I will feed ma hubby FAT too...hahaha..

    i'm loving this blog every step of the way!..

    thanks for this.

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  19. See how loving women are, we find lovely recipies and we are not thinking of ourselves rather our children and husbands even the single ladies are quite happy to please the future hubby.

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  20. Anonymous7:07 PM

    Hi am ann pls can I leave out d sugar

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    1. Yes Ann, you can leave out the sugar. You can cook with honey if you like, or just do it your way.

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  21. Anonymous1:56 PM

    eya because of you people go chop fat o keep up the good work

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  22. Anonymous2:26 PM

    Tnx...am a guy n I wanna learn how 2 make a healthy bfast.tnx Eya.so ready to master dis.question,wat if I add a little flavour (vanilla)?

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  23. Anonymous7:32 AM

    Omoh Na market sure pass dis morning Me n anambra corpers 4 ma lodge must wack dis chow wit our tiny alaweee*Leggo*

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  24. tohbz8:54 PM

    Pls how many does this serve?

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  25. Anonymous2:55 PM

    what about butter? u didnt mention it

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  26. Anonymous4:08 PM

    Tnx a lot,brkfast is served 4 me n my bobo 2moro...muah!

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  27. Anonymous7:44 PM

    tnks eya u rili helped,i jst wanted tew give my mom a welcome home suprise.. .. nd she loves it! tnx

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  28. Anonymous7:44 PM

    tnks eya u rili helped,i jst wanted tew give my mom a welcome home suprise.. .. nd she loves it! tnx

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  29. Anonymous7:44 PM

    tnks eya u rili helped,i jst wanted tew give my mom a welcome home suprise.. .. nd she loves it! tnx

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  30. Anonymous8:22 AM

    U didn't mention butter

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  31. Anonymous8:24 AM

    U didn't say anything abt butter BC some use butter while frying theirs?

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  32. Anonymous6:55 AM

    That's my exact same recipe except dat I add fresh pepper to mine. It's quite yummy.

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  33. Anonymous12:11 PM

    Yes u can add melted butter.by microwaving it or put in a big bowl containing hot water to melt the butter

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