Saturday, May 05, 2007

Pancake Weekly #3: Qunitessential



In this era of increasingly fast moving technology, taste buds and everything else on the planet, ham and cheese is so yesterday. Therefore, men often have to seek new, exciting stimulants to reignite (or re-erect) their senses. Corny? Maybe a little. Putting words into action, behold a new flavour that has been created for this week's Pancake Weekly. A flavour so enticing, a combination so bold, that it will bring you to your knees.

Shrouded in a blurry wrap of nutty, sweet darkness, a yellow cream so natural but so unconvincingly good that it get you thinking why you never felt the urge to consume it before. Of course, I certainly hope one day I can somehow teleport my creations for all my readers to sample, but until that day comes, lets just rely on my psychic powers alright?

Now a nut may be addicting, but a nut flavoured chocolate is a product that packs much more punch than that.. much much more. Fast forward a few decades where creative taste bud-talented men used to manually blend nuts into chocolate, we now have Nutella, Aaah! Brilliante! Dig it with a spoon, swipe it with your finger or scoop it out with your tongue [eewww, admit it, I know you do it], Nutella provides the same aphrodisiac-like results to anyone, which is, uber happiness.



But just expand your imagination a little by spreading this brown goo on a pancake; Umm, should be wackingly good. Now come on, try expand your imagination a little more, force your chemoreceptors to work a little harder, or try starving it into creativity [this can be done by eating plain rice 5 meals a day, 7 days a week, please seek medical advice before doing this].

Okay so here's what I got, you've got this nice pancake and you spread Nutella on 3/4 of it right? What happens to the other 1/4 then is you grill a banana right, and mash it right there. Following which you wrap the pancake around the banana, and roll the whole thing up. I'm not going to describe to you how it tastes like (nothing short of spectacular) because I hope that you're gonna try it yourself.



Another way is to sandwich it in a MJK like manner. Now, I know it doesn't look like a lot, but it definately tastes a hell lot more than it looks.

8 comments:

Min said...

Yeah! MJK part-III

simcooks said...

It looks awesome!

Naranja said...

Superb!

The Yummie dummieS said...

As you suggested :)

Naranja said...

I think I am going to start making some MJKs as well. Keep the MJK weekly coming!

Timothy said...

Oh .. MJKs. It's similar to the ones we used to buy in the night markets? Oh how I miss them ...

And your MJKs look absolutely delicious .... and the fact that I am writing this in the morning without my breakfast yet .. doesn't help either !

Suzanne said...

I don't know anyone who loves MJK so much as you. MJK is part of my staple diet; but I think I'm no where a fan as you are!

I've had really good MJK at pekkio food center. Have you tried it there?

The Yummie dummieS said...

fellow MJK fan!!! Wow, MJK as your staple diet... must be heavenly. I haven't tried the one at Pekkio FC before. Mind giving some directions?