What Do You Need For A Buttermilk Pancake Recipe

If you are looking for a good buttermilk pancake recipe, the first place to start is with your ingredients and your equipment. Make sure you have a pan that heats evenly and burners that burn clean and fast. This will help make the consistency and color of the pancakes ideal.

Have a metal spatula with no holes in it. This makes for a prettier pancake if you turn it before it is entirely ready. Batter will not drip through the holes and make the pan difficult to use or the buttermilk pancakes ugly looking. Presentation is a big part of a good pancake. Add a small cup of whipped butter next to the plate, or decorate the meal with strawberries, whipped cream, chocolate syrup, or other garnishes.

When you choose your ingredients, go organic if you can. It makes an unhealthy food far less unhealthy than it normally would be. You can reduce your guilt about eating something so delicious! Good ingredients will really make it taste better, too. The only way you could then ruin the taste was by putting on fake maple syrup.

By buying organic, it will also mean that you ingredients will all be separate. Not only is it a more fun task to make it from scratch, but it will once again taste better. There is not as much time or thought put into already mixed boxes, nor can you adjust it to your preferences.

When it comes to the milk, buy the butter milk if you can. Many people are reluctant to do so, since you will only need one cup for the recipe. However, if you buy a small container, it will be greatly to your benefit since the pancakes will taste so much better. Apart from the milk, you will need one egg, half a teaspoon of baking soda, one cup of flour, half a teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of baking powder, one tablespoon of sugar, and one tablespoon of oil.

Crack the egg and beat it, fully breaking up the yolk. Add the milk and baking soda and stir these well together. Then add all the other ingredients, stirring as you go. Mix it well and get out all the lumps without making the batter too stiff from too much mixing.

Pour it on a griddle (the hotter you let it get, the better) that has been prepped with butter or a cooking spray. The heat should be on medium. Too hot might scorch the pancake. Flip it when you have to and check it to make sure the center is cooked.

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