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Serving: 8


- 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour

- 3 ½ teaspoons baking powder

- 1 teaspoon salt

- 1 tablespoon white sugar

- 1 ¼ cups milk

- 1 egg

- 3 tablespoons butter, melted

Step 1

In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Make a well in the center and pour in the milk, egg and melted butter; mix until smooth.

Step 2

Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium-high heat. Pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle, using approximately 1/4 cup for each pancake. Brown on both sides and serve hot.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 158 calories; protein 4.5g; carbohydrates 21.7g; fat 5.9g; cholesterol 37.7mg; sodium 503.6mg.

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If you will be taking a journey by Intercity Direct train in The Netherlands our guide will tell you all you need to know, from boarding, to making the most of the journey experience.

Dutch national rail operator NS uses the ‘InterCity Direct’ branding for its train services, that share the high speed line between Amsterdam and south Netherlands via Rotterdam, with Thalys trains.

It’s not possible to travel between Amsterdam and Rotterdam on the Thalys trains -so these trains are the fastest option for train travel between the two largest cities in The Netherlands.



However, despite these trains using the high speed line, they don’t travel at high speed - but the Thalys trains that do, are only 8 mins faster!

What gives these InterCity Direct trains the advantage over other NS InterCity trains between Amsterdam and Rotterdam, is that the high speed line is a direct route -  so these trains complete the journey between the two cities in only 41 minutes.

In contrast the fastest alternative InterCity trains - which travel on the non-high speed route via Delft and Leiden  also call at more stations - so have a journey time between Amsterdam and Rotterdam of around 1hr 13mins.

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On Board:

What can surprise is that, for the time being, the coaches that are used on these trains are a tad ordinary.

Older trains had to be rushed into service when NS abruptly abandoned the unreliable trains that were ordered for these services.
However, these current trains are a stop-gap as other brand new trains are on their way.

As a result these trains don't have Wi-fi and catering isn't available either

Seat reservations also aren't an option, but seats are nearly always available.

So these are comparatively basic trains, but they are time savers!

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(1) Amsterdam Centraal - Schiphol - Rotterdam Centraal - Breda (3 x trains per hour*)

*One of these trains is now the international InterCity Brussels service which has its journey extended beyond Breda to/from Belgium.

(2) Amsterdam Centraal - Schiphol - Rotterdam Centraal (1 x train per hour) - so there are 4 x of these trains per hour between Amsterdam and Rotterdam, but one departure per hour doesn't travel beyond Rotterdam.

(3) Den Haag Centraal - Den Haag HS - Delft - Rotterdam - Breda - Tilburg - Eindhoven (2 x trains per hour)
The trains on this route use the high speed line between Rotterdam and Breda.

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The time saving of 32 mins when travelling between Amsterdam and Rotterdam by these InterCity Direct comes at a price!

A supplement of €2.40 is now charged in both 1st and 2nd class for journeys by these trains which involve travelling between Schiphol and Rotterdam - so this extra charge applies to these journeys:
(i) Amsterdam ↔ Rotterdam
(ii) Amsterdam ↔ Breda
(iii) Schiphol ↔ Breda
(iv) Schiphol ↔ Rotterdam

When buying a ticket for a journey by these trains, the best option is to buy an ordinary ticket for the journey.

You then have to pay for the supplement on the red 'supplement' pole which you will find on the platforms/tracks (spors) which these trains use.

The reason for using this method is, if you don't travel in business hours, the price charged by these supplement machines will be reduced by €1.

If you will be travelling with a Chipkart, you need tap it against these poles (machines) prior to boarding.

However, you don’t have to pay the supplement at all if you have a multi-country rail pass.

You also don’t need to pay the supplement if you have an international ticket such as a Bruxelles – Amsterdam ticket.

The supplement does NOT have to be paid at ANY TIME for journeys:

(i) between Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport
(ii) for all journeys between Rotterdam and Breda
(iii) if you use these trains for any journey on the Den Haag/The Hague ↔ Eindhoven route


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Wow you guys were at 17? That's impressive

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