Pancake Day from around the world.


Pancake Day is on its way! Take a look at 10 different pancakes from all over the world!

  1. Japan: Soufflé Pancakes

    They are fluffy, airy, delicate pancakes made with buttermilk and meringue, they're almost like a breakfast soufflé.
    Find a recipe here: Souffle Pancakes Recipe
  2. America: Buttermilk Pancakes 

    Often eaten for breakfast with butter and syrup, The secret weapon to its signature thick and fluffy texture: baking powder
    Find a recipe here: Buttermilk Pancakes Recipe
  3. China: Scallion pancakes

    Pan-fried pancakes — typically made from dough, not batter, they are chewy, flaky, and savoury.
    Find a recipe here: Scallion Pancakes Recipe
  4. Russia: Blini

    Thicker than French crêpes, made with buckwheat flour and yeast, filled with sweet or savory elements. 
    Find a recipe here: Blini Pancakes Recipe
  5. Crepe Pancakes

    Thin pancakes made with plain flour, eggs, and milk. Traditionally topped with lemon juice and sugar.
     Find a recipe here: Crepe Pancakes Recipe
  6. Finland:  Pannukakku

    Baked in a rectangle or circular pan and ensure they are fluffy and golden texture. Topped with powdered sugar, cream, fruit, and other sweet treats.
    Find a recipe here: Pannukakku Recipe
  7. Greece: Tiganites

    Thin pancakes traditionally topped with honey, cinnamon, and yogurt.
     Find a recipe here: Tiganites Recipe
  8. India: Uttapam

    Made with blended batter of fermented rice and black lentil and mixed with spices and chopped onions. Dosa-like dish from South India made by cooking ingredients in a batter.
     Find a recipe here: Onion Uttapam Recipe
  9. Netherlands: Pannenkoeken

    A sweet souffléd pancake, often baked in a large pan, then topped with sugar and fruit.
    Find a recipe here: Pannenkoeken Recipe
  10. Venezuela: Cachapas

    Corn pancakes that are usually folded over fresh melted cheese. The Spanish word for "crumpets”.
    Find a recipe here: Cachapas Recipe