Learn a simple recipe for making delicious pancakes with British chef Jamie Oliver. 

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I mostly make potato pancake. It was wired because it was the first time I make pancake.
First , I boiled the potatoes and mash them.
Then , I mixed those mashed potatoes with a glass of milk two table spoon of sugar and a bowl of flour.
My big mistake is that I poured three table spoon oil into the pan.
My pancake was so oily. Since that day, I don't make any pancake at all.

Making pancakes is a big headache for me because every single time something goes wrong. I eather put too much butter, or pour too much of a mixture in a pan, so the pancake turns out too thick. I don't really put anything in pancakes because I don't make them.

Hi! Your comment made me a bit giggle... but is bringing up a good point.
Although Jamie shows us making a pancake seems to be a piece of cake, he doesn't tell us the quantity of the food in a recipe, which is the threshold of a success. If we follow a recipe, making a pancake will be as easy as pie! Fingers crossed for your next challenge!
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Hi admins, will you tell me what "Hit the eyes!" means??
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Hello Rafaela1

I'm sorry, I'm not familiar with that phrase. You can 'hit someone in the eyes', or perhaps 'between the eyes', but 'hit the eyes' is not something I've read or heard in common usage. I suppose it could mean the same thing -- or, more likely, something metaphorical, but I'm not sure what.

All the best

Kirk

The LearnEnglish Team