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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: MadMooner] #14326741 11/30/19
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
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That's the standard mix. I think they're better if you let the batter work overnight in the fridge. And of course you know all baking powder is not the same, find your favorite.


It doesn’t stay good forever either. Buy a new tin if in doubt.

What helps is keeping it covered, it sucks up moisture from the air like crazy. Take the lid off, measure out what you need, then lid on. No leaving it off while you do something else. I've got a small Calumet that's been opened for the best part of a year and I bet it's still good. But if the texture isn't right to the store 3 blocks away. Took a chance and made a great big cookie once. blush


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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14326756 11/30/19
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Was it an unleavened cookie?

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14326857 11/30/19
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Malted milk.


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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14326932 11/30/19
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This is my go-to recipe. Goes great with blueberries or huckleberries.


Buckwheat Buttermilk Pancakes

Ingredients:
3/4 cup buckwheat flour
3/4 cup flour
3T sugar
1.5t baking powder
0.5t baking soda
0.5t salt
1/4 cup cornmeal (optional, but goes great if you include blueberries)

Assembly:
Beat 1.5 cups buttermilk ( or whole milk with a dollop of plain yogurt) with 2 eggs. Add 3T melted butter.
To this add 1.5 cups dry mix.
Fry in butter.
Best with real maple syrup.

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14327025 12/01/19
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Was it an unleavened cookie?

Was a 2 egg yellow cake that came up an inch or so. Figured out what the hell and ate it. Wasn't bad. Weird texture but not bad.


The key elements in human thinking are not numbers but labels of fuzzy sets. -- L. Zadeh

Which explains a lot.
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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14327077 12/01/19
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IHOP makes pretty good pancakes.

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14327376 12/01/19
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My pancakes with the added cream for half the milk:

[Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Wannabebwana] #14328447 12/01/19
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OK, here's a pancake recipe that is as good as it gets. First off, my wife & I take cooking classes down in Utah & they bring in top chefs from all over to teach our classes, it's well worth the cost & the drive. We've been doing it for quite a while now & I promise to finish up the Cinnamon Roll recipe today. Here is a pancake recipe that will blow the doors off.

These are light, fluffy & very tasty, guaranteed you will love them. We buy the rice flour in bulk from Winco, much cheaper there. Actually a buttermilk pancake.

1 cup all purpose flour 3/4 cup rice flour 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp baking soda 3 tsps baking powder 2 tsps sugar 2 large eggs 2 tbls oil 2 cups buttermilk

If you are making waffles this will be about the right thickness, if you're making pancakes (flippers) then you need to cut it with just a bit of regular milk.

Mix & let stand for a few minutes while your cast iron skillet or griddle heats up. Makes about 15 medium size flippers. ENJOY!

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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14331218 12/02/19
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We always add a splash of vanilla extract and a sprinkling of nutmeg to the batter.
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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14331232 12/02/19
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What is a good pancake?


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Bravo

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14331246 12/02/19
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The recipe I posted.

That is if you like pancakes that is.

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14331260 12/02/19
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
The recipe I posted.

That is if you like pancakes that is.


You saw right through me.

My father loved them and I was never a fan.


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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: mathman] #14331264 12/02/19
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Originally Posted by mathman
What is a good pancake?


One that you enjoy eating.


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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Snowwolfe] #14331268 12/02/19
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Originally Posted by Snowwolfe
Originally Posted by mathman
What is a good pancake?


One that you enjoy eating.


So in my case there isn't one.


"In the real world, think of the 6.5 Creedmoor as the modernized/standardized/optimized version of the 6.5x55/.260." John Barsness 2019
Re: Good Pancakes [Re: mathman] #14331272 12/02/19
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Originally Posted by mathman
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The recipe I posted.

That is if you like pancakes that is.


You saw right through me.

My father loved them and I was never a fan.


I dont much care for em either. Dont like sweets that well.

If you have to eat a pancake....it might as well be a quality pancake!

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14331315 12/02/19
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My father had a sweet tooth. A salesman he did business with used to send a thank you token each year, a large metal can of real maple syrup. I don't remember the actual brand, but it was a can like this:

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Pop knocked off quite a few pancakes and waffles when it arrived.


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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14331397 12/02/19
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How about potato pancakes? Love them but rarely have them.

Re: Good Pancakes [Re: mathman] #14331681 12/02/19
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Originally Posted by mathman
What is a good pancake?


Thin and evenly browned - not fluffy and splotchy.


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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14333422 12/03/19
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Deb scratch makes them, uses protein powder & mixed flour.

Berries n crab apple syrup;

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Strawberries, ricotta & real maple syrup;

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Re: Good Pancakes [Re: 5sdad] #14334236 12/03/19
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Originally Posted by 5sdad
Originally Posted by mathman
What is a good pancake?


Thin and evenly browned - not fluffy and splotchy.

thick, fluffy and splotchy


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