souffle pancake

  • Prep Time
    15-20 minutes
  • Cook Time
    8-10 minutes
  • Serving

These Souffle Pancakes are incredibly light and fluffy!!
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Step 1

In a bowl add Egg yolk , Cake flour, Milk , Vegetable oil, Vanilla extract. Mix well. Whip egg whites, gradually add the sugar. Whip the egg whites to stiff peaks, Take one-third of the egg whites and add to the egg yolk mixture. Whisk together. Now, transfer the egg yolk mixture back into the remaining egg whites. Carefully fold the two mixtures together without breaking any air bubbles. Make sure to mix the batter very gently until the ingredients are thoroughly combined.

Step 2

Heat a large non-stick frying pan to 300ºF (150ºC) over the lowest heat. Brush with cooking oil and lightly remove any visible oil with a paper towel. Remember, each pancake gets roughly 4 small scoops of batter, and you will be making three pancakes. For the first pancake, place one scoop of batter and make a tall mound in the frying pan, using a small ladle or a serving spoon (that’s bigger than a regular spoon—probably 2-3 Tbsp). Next, stack one more scoop of batter onto the first scoop already in the pan. Repeat for the next two pancakes, giving each pancake two scoops of batter.

Step 3

By the time all three pancakes have two scoops, the surface of the batter is slightly dry already. At this point, you can mound one more scoop on top of each pancake, keeping the batter piled up high. In the bowl, you should still have roughly three scoops left. Set the timer for 6-7 minutes, add 1 Tbsp water in three empty spaces inside the pan, and cover with a lid. The steam from the water keeps the pancakes moist while they cook. After 2 minutes have passed, open the lid, and add one final scoop for each pancake. Make sure to stack the batter high, not wide. If the water has evaporated, add a little bit more. Cover with the lid and cook. After 6-7 minutes have passed, lift the pancake VERY GENTLY using an offset spatula. If the pancake is stuck, don’t touch it until it firms up a little. If you force it, the pancake will crack in the middle. When the pancake is ready, you can easily move the pancake. Add more water to the empty spaces in the pan and set the timer for 4-5 minutes to cook the other side on the lowest heat setting. Once they are nicely browned, transfer the pancakes to your serving plates.

Step 4


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