* 1small glass of self raising flour
* 2 eggs
* 1 tea spoon of baking powder
* 2/3 of a glass with milk
* 3 soup spoons of olive oil
* 1 bunch of parsley (chopped)
* 1/4 tea spoon of garlic granules
* 400grs lean beef mince
* 3 spring onions (thinly sliced)
* 1 small onion (sliced)
* one bag of mixed salad
* 1 hand full of bread crumbs
* 2 garlic cloves (minced)
* 1/3 tea spoon paprika
* 1 soup spoon of smoked barbecue sauce
* also some barbecue and ketchup sauce to top burgers
* salt and pepper to taste
With so many ingredients sounds difficult...No? Well it is not.
Dead easy, pour the flour in a bowl and the baking powder, whisk well together, then make a well and in the middle put 1 egg, oil, garlic granules, salt and pepper and start to mix, as it gets thicker add the milk a little a the time and continue mixing it in until all the milk is used up (it should be the consistency of thick bechamel, so add more milk if needed). Lastly add the parsley and set it aside to rest.
In another bowl place the mince, and add: bread crumbs, 1 egg, barbecue sauce, spring onions (save a little for decorating), garlic "minced", paprika and salt + pepper (to taste). Mix it all in with your hands, and after make balls the size of golf balls, which then you squash to make the mini burgers, these are grilled in a hot griddle pan, and the pancake mix is made in a non stick frying pan (no oil needed as these already contain oil) two soup spoons per pancake should be the right size, make sure they are cooked on both sides.
Serve the burgers over the savoury pancakes, squeeze a dollop of BBQ sauce and Ketchup over each burger and add a little spring onions to decorate as well as normal sliced onions (you can also use mini tomato slices, cucumber etc. " I didn't have any in" lol) put also a tuft of mixed leaves salad in each plate and drizzle some olive oil balsamic vinegar and refined salt. there you are a nice little healthy pancake meal for your pancake day.!!!