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Thread: Pancakes Homemade or Box?

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    If you are using one of the complete mixes, substitute buttermilk for some of the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCP View Post
    Wife uses a box mix and uses a cast iron griddle when she can.
    Many kinds of Pancakes
    What kind of Pancakes do you like
    I use a box mix. Sometimes name brand, sometimes not.
    Always with a cast iron skillet.
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    Krusteas box for the grandkids. For us I use 2 cups sourdough starter, 1 cup whole wheat flour, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp sugar, and 1/2-3/4 cup water. Mix the wet and the dry separately then together and add 1/2-1 tsp baking soda depending on how yeasty your start is. Stir then let it rest for a minute until you get good sized bubbles then add the 1 tbsp cooking oil and 1 egg beaten together. Cook on an oiled griddle, should be cooked not deep fried.
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    Only downside to sourdough is thinking far enough ahead to get the starter going.
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    Make mine with Bisquick and served with cane syrup.
    When my kids were little I would slice bananas into the batter and make banana pancakes...they loved them . My daughter still talks about Daddy's Banana Pancakes but she preferred Mrs. Butterworth's syrup to my cane syrup....I need to make some of those....it's been a while.
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    Home made for both pancakes and waffles. Often with fruit in them, or a couple slices of cooked bacon on the griddle, then the batter. I have not cooked any of either since last October, when I was suddenly single again.
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