Posted on: April 7, 2009

When it comes to pancakes I am very picky. Most of the time I find them doughy & dry. Never fluffy or light enough to my taste. This morning I decided to put my mind into it and search though several recipes to come up with a version I would like. Voilà! there is it and tell me what you think:

Pancakes for 2
In bowl #1 mix:
2/3 cup of unbleached flour (germs restored)
1/3 cup of corn meal
2 tsp. Rumford baking powder

In bowl #2 beat together:
1 egg
1 cup of whole milk
2 Tbsp melted butter

Combine bowl #2 into bowl #1 with a fork and without over mixing. Warm up a skillet coated with butter and oil. Cook your pancake as usual and remember to add some butter and oil in between each batch. The bacon served –in the picture– is a smoked Polish bacon sold by the pound at my local Polish store. I like the maple syrup warmed up.
Bon breakfast!

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  1. Et voilà! Yesterday I had the exquisite privilege of savouring the “tfgp” prepared by the chef herself — with maple syrup, eggs & the truly fine duck bacon, which was new to me: they were every bit as tasty, fluffy and golden as announced in the post, and as I had hoped for (I too am a huge fan of pancakes, crèpes, and other tasty battered circular preparations)… Un vrai délice, donc!

    Can hardly wait to try them at home!

    Many, many thanks, Nicole!!


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