These can also be done the usual way in a skillet, but 12-volt ovens are so much easier when you’re in a hurry.
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1½ cups self-raising flour
1¼ cups milk
Pinch of salt
Butter for greasing
Filling of your choice – see suggestions
Fruit; cold meats; cheese; avocado and salsa; cream cheese and nuts; leftover roast meat and gravy; banana and honey; butter and golden syrup; even leftover mince is brilliant.
You can also pop the rolls back into the oven to heat them up.
Plug in your 12-volt oven and allow it to warm up for five minutes.
Mix all the pancake ingredients together and allow to stand for five minutes to thicken up.
Using a scrunched-up piece of foil, grease the powered side of your 12-volt oven (the bottom).
Pour in enough pancake batter to cover the bottom, then cook until bubbles start to break.
Using a flexible spatula, flip the pancake over and cook until done.
Remove your first pancake; and continue greasing and pouring until the mixture is used up.
Spread your desired filling on the pancakes and roll them up
– starting at the short end. These can be served warm or cold.