Whats a flapjack exactly? i'm eating one at the minute. it's lovely?!


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Whats a flapjack exactly? i'm eating one at the minute. it's lovely?

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1 month ago
thanks murcia! i might try that.

1 month ago
no, it definately ain't a pancake folks. i ain't that dumb!

1 month ago
to me a pancake it a flat thing made with flour, eggs and milk.


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1 month ago
thanks murcia! i might try that.


1 month ago
no, it definately ain't a pancake folks. i ain't that dumb!


1 month ago
to me a pancake it a flat thing made with flour, eggs and milk.


from the bero baking book=
4oz of margarine
teaspoon of golden syrup
4oz sugsr
2oz oats
2oz self raising flour
melt marg snd syrup do not over heat,in a bowlmix the sugar and oats flour pour the marg mixture over and mix thoughrally place in well greesed tin and bake in moderatly hot oven, 375f gas mark5 15-20 mins until just firm, cut into fingers while still hot and leave in the tin to cool


Pancake

oats and honey and some other stuff

oats
syrup
sugar

i think ...im not chef though


I make mine with oats, golden syrup and sugar! Yum!

why ask if you eating and enjoying
rolled oats and syrup and fat


a flapjack isnt a panckake!?

isnt a flap jack like an oatey bisuit cakey thing with syrup in it?

mmmm, flaaapppppjaaaack.


ITS AN OLD FASHION NAME FOR A PANCAKE

its a pancake another term for it ><

flapjack is a oaty biscuit cooky thing but 2 all the other people a flapjack and a pancake are 2 diffrent things!!!!!

In the UK a flapjack is a type of Cookie bar made from rolled oats, butter and brown sugar and usually honey. They can be made at home (similar to a pancake) or bought in stores ready made. You can get these with additional ingredients such as chocolate, dried fruits, nuts, toffee, and coatings. Flapjacks are an alternative to a cookie or cake and range from soft and moist to dry and crispy. Because of the fat content they are pretty high in calorie.

rolled oats and syrup and maybe a teaspoon of flour baked with chooclate chips or other flavourings.

Its a Australian non migratory bird.
Flap Jack [Dacelo novaeguineae] or better known as the Laughing Kookaburra.
Kookaburra is the original aboringinal term for this bird, whereas a "Flappie" is a colonialist term for this entertaining fellow.
The Laughing Kookaburra imitate the human laugh (ish) but also have an ungaitly flight which is perhaps the source of the (derogatory?) term "Flap Jack".

They are tasty too. Breast of Kookaburra, a little olive oil, some healthy sesame seeds, yummy.


merely a pancake with whatever filling you require.

pan・cake
: a flat cake made of thin batter and cooked (as on a griddle) on both sides

flap・jack
: PANCAKE

No difference in what they are just where they originated from.
See references listed below for more details.


to add to murcia's recipe, i prefer butter instead of margarine, but i guess it's personal taste. you can also add fruit or chocolate for some variations.

In America a flapjack is another word for pancake.

see
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/flapjack...




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