Add the remaining flour, the milk, sugar, melted fat, egg yolks, salt and baking powder to the bowl of refreshed starter and stir well to ensure there are no lumps.
In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites to a soft peak. Add the beaten egg white to the main mixture and then fold them in gently.
Heat a frying pan slowly on medium heat and put it a bit of butter and a bit of oil so that the butter does not burn.
When it is hot, wipe out the butter with a kitchen town/paper towel.
Your pan needs to be very hot or the pancakes will stick. However, not too hot or they will burn before they are cooked through. It may take a bit of time and adjusting to get it right.
Using a ladle or a big spoon, pour in the batter, top it with fruit if you would like to and then fry until holes form on the tops and the edges begin to brown.
Flip and cook for a good 2-3 minutes on the other side.
Keep them warm while you finish frying them and then serve hot with maple syrup or jam.
If you want to make waffles, you can! Heat an an electric waffle iron and follow the instructions for making perfect waffles and serve immediately with maple syrup.