I tried this yoghurt pancakes recipe but I adapted it to have more yogurt so it used a whole single serve tub. It makes thick and fluffy pancakes :)
- 2 Large Eggs
- 1 Cup Greek Yoghurt (single serve tub)
- 1 Cup Milk
- 1 Cup Wholemeal Flour
- 1 Cup White Flour
- 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence
- 5 Teaspoons Baking Powder
- 2 Tablespoons Butter + extra for cooking
I tried making this cauliflower pizza and it turned out fairly well. Next time I’d like to try modifying it as follows as the flavour could do with a boost:
|1 Large Head of Cauliflower
||Chop into large florets
||Add to Food Processor and pulse until fine consistency (batch if necessary)
||Add Eggs and pulse to combine into mixture
||Spread mixture on tray 0.5 cm thick
||Bake 20 minutes until very golden.
||Add your choice of toppings and Bake 5-10 minutes.
|1 Cup Cheddar Cheese
|1 Large or 2 Small Cloves Garlic
|1 Small Pinch Salt
|1 Small Pinch Pepper
|2 Large Eggs
|Sheet Baking Paper
||Line Baking Tray with Baking Paper
|220 Degrees Celsius Oven
|Your choice of toppings (inc Mozzarella cheese!)
If your pendo won’t start up and when you plug it in to charge the charge light does not turn on try this:
- Plug the charger in and leave it for 2 hours (it seems the light will not turn on if the battery has been fully depleted)
- Remove the charger
- Press and hold the power button for 2 seconds, then release it and wait 10 seconds.
- Repeat this step 2-3 Times, usually this will bring it back to life
- Plug the charger back in and charge to full battery (this will probably take a few hours)
This is how I fixed the charging problem with my PENDO 360 Flip ( PENDO 11.6″ Convertible ).
After updating windows 10 the it will say ‘Plugged in, Not Charging’.
To fix the issue you need to re-install the drivers for the battery and charger by doing the following:
- If your Flip has run flat, plug it in for two hours before attempting to turn it on.
- Leave the charger plugged in.
- Hopefully this will let it start again.
- Press the [windows] key and [R] at the same time. A run box should appear.
- In the box next to the promt ‘Open’ enter ‘compmgmt.msc’.
- Then press ‘OK’.
- In the screen that appears select ‘Device Manager’ and then ‘Batteries’.
- You should see the following:
- Click each item under ‘Batteries’ and then click the red ‘x’ to remove it.
- Then restart your Flip.
- The charger should then start working again.
Recipe makes four largish fritters suitable for breakfast or lunch.
1 Large Bowl (Microwave Safe)
1 Small Bowl
1 Grater or String Peeler
1 Chopping Board
1 Chopping Knife
1 Large Frying Pan
4 Dinner Plates
1 Large Sweet Potato
60 ml Olive Oil
2-3 Spring Onions
1 Corn Cobb or 300 gram Can Corn Kernels
1 Large Bag Lettuce
1/2 Bunch Coriander
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Cayenne or Black Pepper
1 Small Clove Garlic
Bottle or Jar of Mayonnaise
Variation: 8 Rind-less Rashers of Bacon
- Grate the Sweet Potato into the Large Bowl.
- Place in the Microwave for 3 minutes on High.
- Finely chop the Spring Onion.
- Chop the kernel off the Corn Cobb.
- Finely chop the coriander stalks.
- Coarsely chop the coriander leaves.
- Chop the avocado into 2 cm cubes.
- Finley chop the garlic clove.
- Place the frying pan on a high heat
- Add the following ingredients to the large bowl of Sweet Potato and stir to combine
- Olive Oil
- Chopped Spring Onion
- Corn Kernels
- Chopped Coriander Stalks
- half a teaspoon of cayenne or black pepper
- In batches of 2 or 3, spoon saucer sized portions of the sweet potato mixture into the frying pan.
- Cook for 3 minutes each side
- Place a bed of lettuce larger than the size of the fritters on to each plate
- Add the following ingredients to the small bowl and stir to combine
- Cubed Avocado
- Chopped Coriander Leaves.
- On each plate, place a fritter on the center of the bed of lettuce
- Top with the Avocado and Coriander Mixture
- Variation: Top with two pieces of Bacon
- Place a large dollop of Mayonnaise on top
run the command:
ps -Af | grep smb.conf
obviously samba will need to be running for this to work.
Otherwise you can try the slower:
find / | grep smb.conf