• Mix it all together
• Fry in a pan (makes about 5)
It really is that easy.
I use a cast iron frying pan as it seems to work best with these, but others will do.
When frying (or heating any oil), always use saturated fats such as butter, ghee or coconut oil, as unsaturated fats are not heat stable; they change their structure & become toxic. (Someone please tell Jamie Oliver ffs.)
They take about 2 minutes on the first side & 1 on the other.
We have ours with warmed up honey mixed with a bit of cocoa/ cacao powder & they barely touch the plate.
(Chestnut flour varies a lot in its consistency, & the courser kinds tend to work a lot less well in baking as they don’t absorb liquids as much. My favourite brand is Amisa.)