Ok, I hate to blow my own horn (not really, I love to blow it, but I'm trying to be humble here
) Goodweed's World Famous Pancakes (My claim to cullinary fame).
These are very simple to make, and are exceptionally light, moist, and tasty. They require nmo special techniques or ingredients. And they've been a big hit with everyone who has tried them. I'm not lying. Pair them up with some good pork breadfast sausage, or some ham, and some real maple syrup, and you will impress them, I promise. Here's the recipe.
Goodweed's World Famous Pancakes
*1 cup all purpose flour
*1/2 tsp. salt
*2 tbs. sugar or Splenda Sweetener
*1 tbs. double acting baking powder (Calumet or Clabber Girl are both good brands)
*1 large egg
*3/4 cup milk
*3 tbs. cooking oil
Preheat a griddle over medium heat.
Place the dry ingredients into a large bowl and stir together with a wire whisk. Add the wet ingredients and stir with the wisk until you form a batter with little lumps in it.
Lightly oil the griddle and place three tbs. of batter in each corner to form four pancakes. Cook until bubbles begin to break on top of each pancake. Flip carefully and cook for forty more seconds. Remove and plate. Serve hot.
Tip: it's best to cook the side dishes (sausage, ham, or bacon) before cooking the pancakes and keeping them warm in the oven. Serve the pancakes immediatley after they are cooked. Enjoy.
Tip 2: To take these pancakes over the top, sprinkle fresh blueberries on top of the pancakes after first placing on the griddle, before they have a chance to cook. Then, cook as directed above.
Oh, and feel free to ask anyone on DC about these pancakes.
Seeeeeeya; Goodweed of the North