Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Soft Cheese Pancake

This is an imitation of the popular Mr Bean's cheese pancake. As I do not have the 车轮 mould, so I just pan-baked the batter into a flat pancake. The sweet pancake was a little chewy and paired well with the salted soft cheese filling 😋

Yield: 9 small pancakes


Ingredient A
1 egg, 55g
18g fine sugar
100g milk
18g mirin/Japanese sweet rice wine
1/2 tsp light soya sauce
5g golden syrup

Ingredients B
95g top/cake flour
5g rice flour/top/cake flour
2g double acting baking powder

Ingredient C
10g salted butter, melted
5g coconut oil/melted butter


3 portions Laughing Cow cheese (A box of cheese contains 8 portions)


1. Whisk egg with sugar till the latter melted. Mix in the rest of the Ingredient A.

2. Sieve and fold in the Ingredient B into a smooth batter.

3. Mix in the Ingredient C till well combined. Cover and let the batter rest for about 30 minutes. I let the batter sat in the fridge for 5 hours, and took out 1 hour before cooking.

4. Divide each portions of cheese into 3 parts.

5. Heat up a non-stick frying pan in medium-low temperature. When the pan is hot, stir and pour in the batter.  When small holes start to form at the surface of the pancake, place cheese in the middle.

Fold up the pancake into half, press lightly to spread out the softened cheese.

6.  The pancake with soft cheese filling is ready. Serve warm 😋

Recipe adapted from
A recipe book I brought back from Taiwan in Yr 2016 😉

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