90/100 Singing Hinny

Singing means just that – singing.  Hinny is a term of endearment for a young girl, from the North East of England where these  griddle cakes originate. They get the name from the sound of the fat sizzling on the griddle (I use a heavy non-stick frying pan) as you bake them.

I know, the connection to music teaching is a bit tenuous, but when you are in need of a bit of a change, and some plainer food over the Christmas Break, you could always try making a batch.

Here’s a picture, from the recipe page on the internet which you can find here; if you don’t want to use the traditional lard, use butter instead.

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