To make Fine Pancakes: A Third Sort

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The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy

By Hannah Glasse

Published 1747

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Take six new-laid Eggs well beat, mix them with a Pint of Cream, a quarter of a Pound of Sugar, feme grated Nutmeg, and as much Flour as will make the Batter of a proper Thickness. Fry these fine Pancakes in small Pans, and let your Pans be hot. You must not put above the Bigness of a Nutmeg of Butter at a time into the Pan.