Watch the video, read up on all the ingredients and learn some vocabulary and interesting facts about pancakes.
Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Ingredients 1 cup (226.8 grams) of flour ¼ teaspoon (1.23 grams) salt 1 Tablespoon (14.3 grams) Brown Sugar (or regular sugar) 1 Tablespoon Baking Powder 1 large egg ¾ cup (174 grams) milk 2 Tablespoon vegetable oil Chocolate chips Butter or Margarine
Directions 1. Mix all dry ingredients together in small bowl. 2. Beat egg. 3. Add milk and oil and the dry ingredients. Mix until smooth. 4. Heat a pan or grill. When hot, add a bit of butter to the surface. 5. Use small ladle to pour batter onto got grill. 6. Add chocolate chips to the pancakes. 7. When bubbles appear, flip the pancakes and cook for another minute or two. 8. Serve with syrup and/or fruit.
Learn some vocabulary used in the video Fluffy- esponjoso Sunflower seeds- Semillas de girasol Baking powder- levadura (Royal) Scooper/Ladle- cacillo bubbles- burbujas Flip- voltear To double up- doblar Syrup- Sirope
Every country has their own style of pancake. Click here to learn about the different types and about why people in the US call them Silver Dollar Pancakes.
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This is a SUPER uplifting (“super mega uplifting” as my daughter would say) video to watch where you will hear some amazing voices from You-tubers. If you are familiar with the original We Are the World song from 1985 than you are old like me. If you don’t know anything about the original song (or you are just feeling nostalgic), click here to see it and laugh at the 80’s hair-dos and let me please introduce you to Cindy Lauper and a couple of young guys, Micheal Jackson and Bruce Springsteen. Then you can come back and watch this one too!
Last month we shared a video of Bill Gates from years ago predicting the epidemic we are currently living. This month we are sharing a video of him talking about what should be done now and in the future on BBC Breakfast (Another great source for English!). It’s an interesting watch and we think we need to start listening to him and scientists who know what they are talking about, so click here to go to BBC Breakfast or watch the Youtube video of the same interview below (remember with Youtube videos you can also put on automated subtitles).