Milo Minderbinder: Lemon and powdered sugar on a Dutch Baby? I'll take that over bacon and eggs almost half the time./not cannibal
NobleHam: til stiff
Eddie Adams from Torrance: You know what they put on French fries in Holland?
NobleHam: I don't do British pancakes or fancy pancakes, but this recipe's perfect:Mix:1&1/2 cups flour1 tsp salt3 Tbsp sugar1&3/4 tsp baking powderSeparate two eggs. Beat egg whites til stiff and set aside. Beat yolks and add to 8-10 oz milk. Add milk+yolks and 3 Tbsp melted butter to dry mix and blend together. Lastly, stir in the egg whites.Then cook. Flip when bubbly.
demaL-demaL-yeH: When did you steal my mom's recipe?
awshat: too much work... Fairly disgusting recipes for pancakes/hotcakes/flapjacks...Much better:
VladTheEmailer: Fwiw, the same recipe we used for (British) pancakes can be made into Yorkshire pudding too.
pinchpoint: VladTheEmailer: Fwiw, the same recipe we used for (British) pancakes can be made into Yorkshire pudding too.British pancakes have suet in them?
VladTheEmailer: pinchpoint: VladTheEmailer: Fwiw, the same recipe we used for (British) pancakes can be made into Yorkshire pudding too.British pancakes have suet in them?Not all yorkshire pudding recipes have suet.... case in point... here
Gothnet: Sugar and lemon. Works really rather well. Of course our pancakes are a lot wider and flatter than americans. Much more towards a French-style crepe than a think, spongy american pancake.
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