Egg boil, natures cereal and baking tray pancakes get put to the test on the latest Barry tries TikTok recipes. One is a little quirky, a super refreshing cereal option but with coconut water, the next pancakes that bake on a tray and don’t need to be flipped (awesome!) and finally something called egg boil, think boiled eggs in a cheeky sauce with a little kick that is surprisingly good and much more exciting than the name suggests! Hope you try them!
This one is nice and simple, add the fruit to a bowl and pour over the coconut water adding the ice as you wish. Serve cold as it’s nice and refreshing that way. Play around with other fruits. I think that this would be best after letting the fruit sit in the coconut water for a few hours in the fridge, overnight made the fruit go mushy, but it did add a bit more flavour. Play around with the fruit options, it was quite nice and very healthy!
First up put the butter (yep, it’s a lot!) into a frying man over a medium heat and melt. As it starts to foam tip in the chopped onion and fry for 5 minutes, don’t brown them just yet. Add in the garlic and cook for a further minute, stirring often. Lower the heat to a medium low for more control and add in the remaining ingredients apart from the eggs, stirring to dissolve and blend them through. Add in the hard boiled eggs with the shells removed and stir to coat in the sauce, you can halve or quarter the eggs if you wish for smaller portions. Let it simmer for a few minutes coating the eggs. Remove from the pan and gobble up!
Baking Tray Pancakes
First up warm your oven to 200c/180fan/400f, grease your baking tray with a little butter. Make sure it is a baking tray with a good lip on it to build the height up as it bakes.
In a bowl add the flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and bicarb of soda and mix through. Melt the butter in the microwave in short blasts, but leave to cool to one side. Meanwhile add the eggs, buttermilk and vanilla in another bowl and whisk well until combined. Add in the cooled butter (room temp is fine) whisking for a moment then pour this wet mix into the dry ingredients, using a spatula to fold it all together until smooth and lump free.
Pour into the greased pan and add in the chocolate chips / fruit etc you wish to use. Bake for around 10-12 minutes until golden brown and springy to the touch. Allow to cool in the tin and slice / serve straight out of it using a spatula to cut out blocks, keep any spare in an airtight tub.