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Monday, June 7, 2010

Sourdough Pancakes - Recipe


Good morning,

It's time for something to eat again.  :)  Breakfast can be anytime for us!

These sourdough pancakes are so yummy regardless of how you make them.  Make them thinner as a Scandinavian treat, thicker for American tastes, or however you like them where you live.  My Honey likes them made thin and served with fruit jam so he can roll them up.  I like them thicker and stacked with butter between them and maple syrup on top.

So, just enjoy them any way you wish.  :)

Best,
Lois

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Sourdough Pancakes
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2 cups sourdough culture at room temperature


1 T butter softened (Additional butter required for frying pancakes.)

2 eggs

1 level teaspoon baking soda

1/2 t salt

2 T milk (or amount needed for desired consistency)

Yield: 6 large pancakes

Directions:

Combine ingredients in bowl and stir with wisk.

Soften butter in skillet, fry pancake batter on both sides until golden brown.

Serve with your choice of butter, syrup, jam, whipped cream.... Yum!

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5 comments:

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

It's nearly breakfast time and reading this recipe made us want to try these pancakes, but alas no sourdough starter...maybe next time. Today it's a trip to the local diner and maybe we'll order pancakes!

Happy Days said...

I've never eaten sour dough pancakes, but I bet their good. Bob and I like ours reg. thickness with lots of butter and Maple syrup. Reilly likes hers the size of a 50 cent piece with syrup, and Madison likes hers folded with grape jelly!! Isn't it funny how we're all different!! Your look yummy too!! ...debbie

stringsofpurls said...

I'm going to start a starter tomorrow. Pancakes soon I hope! Come visit me! I left you a present!

reanaclaire said...

Looks good.. i m sure my daughter will love it.. nice blog over here!


greetings,
reanaclaire.com

Lois Evensen said...

Hi,

Yes, these pancakes taste really good. There is no sourdough flavor to them that I can determine, they just get a nice texture from the sourdough. Sourdough tastes different in different parts of the world and mine is pretty mild.

Thanks to Debbie at Strings of Purls for the Blogging award. Tune in tomorrow (Wednesday) for my list of things about me and my nominations.

Thank you, Ladies, for stopping by. :))

Best,
Lois