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  • n. Plural form of pikelet.


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  • In New Zealand and Australia, small pancakes are called pikelets and are similar to American pancakes.

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  • 'Appen there's nowt so radged as pikelets, and so on.

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  • Small cucumber sandwiches and five varieties of cake, besides pikelets, scones, and tiny pastries, had been supplied by the cook.

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  • I like to freeze it and have it ready for pikelets.

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  • My father often begs my mother to make pikelets, which are miniature pancakes made with self-raising flour, generally, approximately 12cm/5 in diameter.

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  • I really had two choices: either my mum's pikelets or a variation on Taiwanese Scallion Oil Pancakes, Tsung yo bing.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • I also remember learning when to flip pancakes at a very young age – all to do with the bubbles… but in Australia, we call these little pancakes “pikelets”, probably an English name for them, being a Commonwealth country, and all… Although pikelets are quite old-fashioned now, and not often seen, I have eaten them spread just with butter, or for a more glam version, jam and cream… yummo!

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  • Use a heavy-based non-stick or cast iron pan to cook the pancakes - I have a small cast iron skillet that I make all my pancakes and pikelets in as I find it transfers the heat evenly and enables the pancakes to cook beautifully.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • We got free dumplings, pikelets, spiders (as in the drink) and mousse.

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  • With only three ingredients and taking less than 10 minutes you too can answer that sugar call with a warming stack of pikelets.

    Archive 2007-06-01


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