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Old 04-04-2013, 04:46 PM   #1
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A new pancake recipe

Everyone knows the famous Chief Longwind pancake recipe. It's widely used and loved. But I also know that it's not the only great pancake recipe around. I just saw what looks to be a great pancake recipe here - Best Buttermilk Pancakes recipe - Canadian Living. Unfortunately, DW would balk if I changed from my regular recipe. I would love to know if anyone else has tried this recipe, and how it came out. I have a concern about using buttermilk recipes as DW is very sensitive to sour flavors. But this recipe sounds like it would be very rich, bursting with flavor, and from the listed ingredients, about the same texture as my recipe.

If no one has tried this recipe, and if you're in the mood, give it a try and report back for all of our knowledge, pleeeease.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 04-04-2013, 05:13 PM   #2
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This sounds very much like a recipe I've used now a couple of times. I LOVE buttermilk myself. There are a few differences in the one below, including more eggs (3 vs 1) and no vanilla (although I add vanilla, because I like it ), but a lot of similarities.
The Best No Kidding) Buttermilk Pancakes Recipe - Food.com - 173284

And here's a recipe my father-in-law swears by. It's a variation of the one they use at their KC pancake breakfast. I just can't bring myself to add beer to pancake batter, though.
Beer Pancakes Recipe - Allrecipes.com
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Old 04-04-2013, 06:09 PM   #3
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I think I'll take the Canadian one out for a spin. They might just know a thing or two about pancakes since they have all that Maple syrup.

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Old 04-05-2013, 02:18 AM   #4
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I've never tried this recipe but I often make pancakes with buttermilk. I love buttermilk pancakes!
Thank you for finding this :)
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Old 04-05-2013, 02:45 AM   #5
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sacriledge!!!!

that's like pretending there are other gods than the one true god!

i'm so ashamed...








is it good?
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Old 04-05-2013, 04:58 AM   #6
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I haven't tried it (but I might--I have buttermilk). I can vouch for Canadian Living recipes. They are extensively tested before being published. I make B&HG buttermilk pancakes (from the 1953 edition) when I make pancakes. This recipe is similar. My mom always used the B&HG recipe, she often added wild blueberries, tossed in a bit of flour before adding to the batter. My trick is to shake the buttermilk, oil, melted butter, beaten egg, and vanilla in a jar and then pour it over the dry ingredients when I make the B&HG recipe.
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Old 04-05-2013, 05:10 AM   #7
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sacriledge!!!!

that's like pretending there are other gods than the one true god!

i'm so ashamed...








is it good?
You're very sharp today BT. Have you been sleeping in the cutlery drawer again?
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I picked up buttermilk and baking powder yesterday, so I'll probably give it a try as well. The recipe I've been using, while good, involves too much futzing around. This one looks simpler.

Just one question. Where's the blueberries? Lol, I guess that would be real sacrilege, eh?
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I picked up buttermilk and baking powder yesterday, so I'll probably give it a try as well. The recipe I've been using, while good, involves too much futzing around. This one looks simpler.

Just one question. Where's the blueberries? Lol, I guess that would be real sacrilege, eh?
Steve; Have you tried my recipe? It too is very easy to make, not a lot of fussing. And the recipe is tried and true. I've never had anyone, except Charlie D, say anything but good things about it.

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