Main Dishes

The All American Pancakes


Here's a great Saturday morning breakfast that both you and anyone can enjoy. My tip to you is to butter the pancakes top and bottom, cut them into 8ths, and then pour the syrup on top. That's a family trick of mine to eat the best tasting pancakes you'll ever have. The instructions may be a little different than what you're used to but it's works. The most important thing you must know for pancakes is how to achieve the right cooking temperature and I will show you how

1 c Flour
2 Tbsp Sugar
2 Tbsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Salt
1 c Milk
1 Tbsp Oil or Butter
1 Egg
Pre-heat your pan to medium heat and set the timer for 5 minutes. No greasing of any kind required because the pancakes won't stick. While your pan is heating up, combine together your flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, milk, oil or butter, and egg all at once to avoid over mixing. Stir gently until we'll combine. Once the 5 minutes is up, pour your ladle of batter onto the pan straight. No circular motions. Use a rubber spatula to scrape everything out of the ladle. The pancakes are ready to be flipped when you see a very vivid definition at the bottom edge and when the full edge are solid. Once you flip the pancake, they should maybe only take maybe a couple seconds to cook. Serve warm.


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