Sourdough pancakes: try our sourdough pancake recipe for a tasty brunch idea

And these sourdough pancakes offer a great alternative that helps you reduce food waste in the process – we can't bear to throw all that discard in the bin. Take a frying pan, or skillet, and heat with a small amount of butter. Once the pan is really hot, add a small amount of batter and cook for a minute or two on a low heat. Top tip: it's not uncommon for your first pancake to be the worst, so don't be too disheartened if it doesn't turn out quite as you'd planned. There are a whole host of options that will make your sourdough pancakes extra delicious – depending on your preferences. Simply omit the sugar from the recipe above and then add a choice of savoury fillings and toppings. Give these combos a go: A photo posted by @jamieoliver on May 28, 2020 at 11:10pm PDT It really doesn’t take long to make up a batch of scrummy pancakes. Jamie then adds 100g self-raising flour to the bowl (no need to sieve), plus a sprinkling of sea salt, and whisks until the mixture is thoroughly combined into a batter. Jamie gives each pancake one to two minutes each side until they’re golden brown