Every country seems to have its own recipe for making the perfect pancake. The same few ingredients always exist -- milk, eggs and flour. However, some like to mix it up with a big of salt, butter or lard.
Americans, for example, use a combination of milks, eggs and self-raising flour with a bit of salt, baking powder and butter. The British like to keep things simple with milk, plain flour and eggs, with a small amount of butter and a tiny bit of salt.
Learn more about the anatomy of the pancake in different countries in the infographic below!
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