Believe it or not, but I watched “Pulp Fiction” only a couple of months ago, even if I am quite fond of Quentin Tarantino. Not sure, whether it is true, but Tarantino on a question “Why haven’t you made anything better than Pulp Fiction?” is said to answer “And who did?” Indeed, several narrative threads of the movie are intertwined in the most unpredictable way, so that one may need a cheatsheet Pulp Fiction in Chronological Order, not need to mention that the film is brilliantly witty. Anyway, I guess it does not need a long introduction.
I saw Pulp Fiction when the idea of cooking dishes featured in popular movies already came to my head. Well, there is hardly any food explicitly shown in the movie (apart from the pretty amazing $5 milkshake), however, one episode caught my attention:
I shall agree: blueberry pancakes for a breakfast is a real threat! Plus, actually, they are fast and not difficult at all to prepare.
- 3 egg large
- 120 grams sour cream
- 45 grams milk
- 3 tbsp brown sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp vanilla extract
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 70 grams flour
- 100 grams blueberry
- 60 grams butter
- 10 min
- 15 min
- Ready in:
- 25 min
- Separate yolks from egg whites.
- In a large bowl combine the yolks, sour cream, milk, sugar, salt, vanilla, and baking powder. Whisk till mixture is homogeneous
- In another bowl combine flour and blueberries, toss so that berries are coated in the flour.
- Add dry ingredients to the wet ingredients, and mix. Remember, that blueberries are quite delicate, so be accurate not to mash them
- Whisk white eggs till soft peaks, and add to the dough. Incorporate it in the dough using spatula
- Heat the frying pan and grease it with the butter. Pour in several pancakes, fry until you see bubbles on the surface. Flip on the other side, and cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Serve with maple syrup and some fresh blueberries