October 30, 2017
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"From our Saturday newspaper The Weekend West. Times are estimated."
For the pancakes combine the flour, egg yolks and half of the milk and mix to a thick, smooth batter and then add the rest of the milk.
Lightly whip the egg whites and lightly fold these through the batter.
Cook pancakes in the oil or butter.
To cook the apples melt the butter and sugar in a medium pan over moderately high heat and add the apples pieces and cook until golden brown but still holding shape.
For the sauce pay attention and be patient - sprinkle the caster sugar over the base of a medium frypan and cook over a moderate heat until the sugar starts to melt.
Shake the pan, but do not stir, until sugar all melts and is a deep brown and then remove from the heat and CAREFULLY add the cream and butter.
You may need to return the pan to the heat to melt the caramel.
Serve two pancakes with a couple of apples pieces and a drizzle of the sauce.
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