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    #1

    put on to kitchen roll

    Please, help me!

    I read a recipe on pancakes:
    What does this mean:

    Put on to kitchen roll

    Perhaps Put on a special paper?

    Thanks
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    #2

    Re: put on to kitchen roll

    That's what it means to me. Potato pancakes? Could you give us a bit more of the context. I just want to make sure.


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    #3

    Re: put on to kitchen roll

    It means that when you have cooked your pancake, you put it onto absorbent paper. However, when cooking pancakes, my mother put them into a clean cloth, folded over the top to keep them warm and prevent them from drying out.

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