It is believed that this dessert was created by mistake a young baker Henri Charpentier 1895. He was preparing pancakes for the Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII of England, and his companion named Suzette syrup and absolutely accidentally caught fire. Henry thought it spoiled the dish, but try the pancakes taste, he realized that it was incredibly tasty and this could all components of food lead to harmony of taste. Grand Marnier liqueur made from oranges and cognac, but if you do not, fit a normal Cognac. The main feature of these pancakes is exactly that cooked pancakes poured liquor or brandy, and then it is ignited. The result is a most tasty pancakes with sauce having a characteristic caramel flavor. On 8 pancakes:
Egg chicken — 3
Flour — 280 g
Milk — 500 ml
salt — 1 teaspoon
The sugar — 2 tablespoons
Olive oil — 3 tablespoons
orange liqueur Grand Marnier or brandy — 100 ml
Orange — 2
Lemon — 1
The sugar — 4 tablespoons
Butter — 70 g
1. You must first prepare the sauce, remove the zest for it with orange (using a trowel or a special device). Of oranges and lemons squeeze out the juice. In a saucepan, mix sugar, butter and zest and give simmer for 2 minutes. Pour orange and lemon juice, stirring constantly, boil for 5 minutes over low heat.
2. Remove the sauce from the heat and cook the pancakes. This sauce can be prepared in advance, because it is like a good wine, the more stores, so tasty, it is necessary to store it in the refrigerator. Whisk, beat eggs with sugar, salt and baking soda. Add the milk and butter, and then portions of flour. Thoroughly whisk, beat the dough is uniform and put in refrigerator for 1 hour. Then warm up the oil in a pan, pour one ladle of dough and twist the pan so the batter evenly distributed along the bottom. Fry the pancakes on both sides until golden in color.
3. Now pancakes dipped in sauce and add up the triangle. We spread all the pancakes in a wide frying pan, pour the remaining sauce, pour the brandy and ignite. Serve immediately follows.