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Posted: 11/2/2004 9:54:10 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/2/2004 9:54:23 AM EDT by JarheadChiro]
I got some kid watching to do and was wondering what is your favorite pancake recipe/box ingredients?

Our Rugby Team used to use Krusteaz for money making at events and it was O.K.


What's your fav?
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 9:56:29 AM EDT
Aunt Jemiama *sp
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 9:57:26 AM EDT
snowqualmie falls (maybe just a PNW thing)
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 9:58:02 AM EDT
The sourdough I've had going for about 20 years.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 9:59:06 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Rodent:
The sourdough I've had going for about 20 years.



nice! love sourdough
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 10:02:57 AM EDT
Bisquick makes nice fluffy pancakes. The recipe is right on the box.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 10:13:38 AM EDT

Originally Posted By CFII:
Aunt Jemiama *sp


+1
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 10:15:13 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/2/2004 10:16:17 AM EDT by PigGuy]
Ask John, waffle batter, pancake batter, it's all the same.

I'm a bisquick user... though, I don't make pancakes often.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 10:51:08 AM EDT
1. Grill at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Pour the liquid into the solid (powder).
3. Use a wisk and mix for no more than TEN SECONDS, no matter what. Overmixing will cause heavy and flat pancakes.
4. Flip when the bubbles start to appear.

I saw a special with the geeky food guy on the food channel and he spent ONE HOUR on perfect pancakes. He made them from scratch and he knows his shit.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 11:39:20 AM EDT

Originally Posted By JarheadChiro:
I got some kid watching to do and was wondering what is your favorite pancake recipe/box ingredients?
Our Rugby Team used to use Krusteaz for money making at events and it was O.K.


What's your fav?



Krusteaz is the best!
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 12:19:02 PM EDT
The recipe is not as important as what you cook it in.Use a cast iron skillet with lots of butter.It makes the edges nice and crispy.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 12:20:24 PM EDT

Originally Posted By PigGuy:
Ask John, waffle batter, pancake batter, it's all the same.

I'm a bisquick user... though, I don't make pancakes often.



Although Waffle and Pancake batter are essentially made from the same mix, one uses water, while the other uses milk for an ingredient.

The hands down best mix is from a company called Stonewall Kitchen.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 12:35:41 PM EDT
1 cup flour
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
Dash of salt
1 cup buttermilk
1 egg
3 tablespoons melted butter

In a large mixing bowl, stir together the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Using a whisk or large fork, mix in the buttermilk and egg until well combined and smooth. Stir in the melted butter.
Heat non-stick skillet or griddle over medium heat. Using a 1/4 cup measure, pour pancake batter onto hot griddle. When pancake is golden brown, flip to cook other side. Keep warm in oven heated to 275 degrees.

Link Posted: 11/2/2004 12:37:20 PM EDT
Aunt Jemima (fat black woman)
Electric griddle set to 325
Add a touch of vanilla extract
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 12:42:47 PM EDT
+1 for vanilla and honey
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 12:47:34 PM EDT
Krusteaz WHEAT & HONEY is THE BEST.

Beats even IHOP, Uncle Bill's, Denny's, etc.

I prefer mine with Karo corn syrup rather than regular syrup.

If the Krusteaz Wheat & Honey isn't available, I'll take Aunt Jemimah's Buttermilk with a handful of blueberries and regular maple syrup.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 1:45:24 PM EDT
I read an article in consumer reports that compared the various mixes, the winner---Bisquick.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 1:46:23 PM EDT
You can't have pancakes without a bunny to sit them on.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 3:27:17 PM EDT
Use REAL maple syrup, warmed. REAL butter, melted. Warm the plates. +1 for the vanilla.

I use Hungry Jack Buttermilk mix, don't measure anything. Add water until it looks right.

Lotsa cold milk, and fresh coffee.

Must have bacon and sausage on the side.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 3:31:06 PM EDT
+25
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 3:32:09 PM EDT
Used Krusteaze for years. It's easy and good.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 3:36:01 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DPeacher:
Bisquick makes nice fluffy pancakes. The recipe is right on the box.



+1. Add blueberries as desired
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 3:36:06 PM EDT
I had pancakes with magic mushrooms tossed into the mix one time when I was camping in Yosemite back in my youth.
Link Posted: 11/2/2004 3:55:16 PM EDT
+1 for Stoney_Point

Make em from scratch. Those mixes use 9 cents worth of stuff and charge you 8 bucks.

You can whip up scratch pancakes and be seated at the table in under a half an hour.

Pancakes do not qualify as "real" unless you are using pure maple syrup regardless of the ingrediants.
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