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I think it probably goes without saying that having the web-slinger in the MCU is going to be super exciting. After years of lousy films featuring your friendly neighborhood Spiderman, one last reboot of the character might just be what they need to keep thing on the right track. With the brief glimpse of Tom Holland we got in Civil War, I have high hopes for Homecoming and beyond.

Next up in Mighty Marvel Superheroes’ Cookbook is probably the most simplistic recipe I’ve ever written about on C&K. Two instructions, no ingredients. Seriously.cookbook02

When I first got this book. This recipe was the way I would describe it to people; Step One: Make Pancakes.

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Please ignore my mediocre artistic talents.

Needless to say, this will work with whatever pancake recipe you like and whatever chocolate sauce you have on hand. It’s really that simple.

Pancakes, from Chefsteps

  • Pastry Flour, 200 grams*
  • Granulated Sugar, 30 grams
  • Malted Milk Powder, 20 grams (optional)
  • Baking Powder, 12 grams
  • Kosher Salt, 6 grams
  • Whole Milk, 240 grams
  • Eggs, whole 108 grams (2 each)
  • Butter, unsalted, melted, 60 grams

Sift together dry ingredients. Whisk together milk and eggs and combine with dry ingredients, mixing just enough to combine. Add melted butter and mix just enough to combine evenly. Heat a nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add batter, about 1/4 cup at a time. Allow to cook on the first side until bubbles begins to form around the edges. Using a spatula, flip pancake and continue cooking 1-2 minutes (if you’re feeling daring, flip that badboy right in the pan).

*If you don’t have pastry flour, you can substitute 176g All-Purpose Flour and 24g Corn starch

Chocolate Gravy

makes about 3 cups

  • Butter, unsalted, 8 tablespoons
  • Granulated Sugar, 1 cup
  • Cocoa Powder, 1/2 cup
  • All-Purpose Flour, 1/4 cup
  • Whole Milk, 2 cups
  • Vanilla Extract, 1/2 teaspoon

Melt butter in a medium sauce pot. Whisk together sugar, cocoa and flour. Add dry ingredients to melted butter, whisking until smooth. Add milk slowly, whisking until fully incorporated. Bring to a simmer and cook until thickened, about 2-3 minutes. Add vanilla, stirring to combine. Let cool slightly before serving.

Using the same pancake batter, we can knock another recipe out pretty quickly.

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The only glimpse we’ve seen of a cinematic Galactus is in the 2005 Fantastic 4 adaptation where he appears as a cosmic hurricane, rather than a physical being. However, gigantic, stuffed pancakes are certainly a breakfast worthy of the devourer of planet.

The Cookbook offers a few suitable suggestions for filling these mammoth pancakes, but I went with the same formula I use for building the ultimate breakfast sandwich: meat, cheese, egg, something sweet, something spicy.

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Admittedly, this one really wasn’t super photogenic. For fillings, I’ve got ham, swiss, a runny egg, and a mango & hot pepper chutney.

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