“The final mixture is thick but spreadable and I found using about a quarter cup of mixture produced a pikelet sized pancake.”
“Let it cook, undisturbed - you should notice bubbles appearing on the surface and when it looks to be drying out, flip the pikelet over to finish cooking.”
“April 27, 2007 at 3:44 am kittah has pikelet, not pancake?”
“Hi Mercedes - they are similar to pancakes but are usually a lot smaller - pikelet is a common British term.”
“The pancakes were little pikelet sized morsels and had good crunchy stuff inside.”
“In our Pestchanka, I remember, pike used to be caught a yard long, and there were eel-pouts, and roach, and bream, and every fish had a presentable appearance; while nowadays, if you catch a wretched little pikelet or perch six inches long you have to be thankful.”
“I'd go into a trap for a pikelet," said Wally, warming to his task.”
“She would herself pour some hot water into the slop basin, and put a pikelet on a plate thereon, covered, to keep warm for father.”
“Some words are retained which are no longer used in Britain: for example, in Australia chook (a chicken) and pikelet (a type of drop-scone), in South Africa bioscope (cinema) and geyser (a water heater).”
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