Pancakes are flat batter cakes fried in a pan or on a griddle with oil or butter. Pancakes can be eaten hot or cold, and are generally filled or topped with a sweet or savoury sauce or condiment.
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Combine flour, baking powder and salt.
Beat eggs and milk until foamy.
Gradually add flour mixture, beating constantly.
Beat in cream, then melted butter.
Heat a small frying pan and grease lightly with oil.
Pour in a thin layer of batter, tilting pan to distribute it evenly.
Fry on one side until lightly browned - about 1 minute - then turn pancake with a spatula and fry for another minute.
Turn out onto a plate and keep warm over boiling water or, covered, in the oven at 100°C until all the batter has been used.