Low FODMAP pancakes, the perfect brunch
Sift the rice flour, potato starch, baking powder, salt and sugar and cinnamon into a large bowl. In a separate bowl lightly whisk together the milk and egg, then whisk in the milted butter. Mash up your banana and add it to this milk mix. Pour the milk mixture into the flour mixture and mix together. Let this batter stand for as long as you can wait, ideally 45 minutes or more.
Heat a non stick fry pan over a medium heat and add about 1/2tsp of butter, if that. Once the butter has melted add some pancake batter to the fry pan. Personally I add about 3 table spoons for each pancake. But it's a personal choice depending on how big you want them to be.
When the top of the pancake is covered in bubbles gently lift up the edge and check underneath. I don't like mine too dark, but you can leave them on until you are happy with them. once it's ready to flip gently slide your flipper under the pancake and turn it over.
You could also take the showmanship approach and flip it using just the fry pan and your wrist action. I prefer to eat my pancakes off a plate rather than the floor so I use the flipper tool.
Once you've cooked the other side of the pancake slide it off the fry pan and onto a plate, put the plate in the oven to keep the pancake(s) warm until you have cooked all the batter.
Now, here is the most important part. After you cook each pancake take the fry pan off the heat and wipe out any excess butter using some folded up kitchen towel. Being careful not to touch the pan surface with your fingers! Once the pan surface is free of butter, take another small 1/2tbs and start the process again.