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our favorite buttermilk pancakes

Desciption

i believe this is from a mccall's cookbook. i've had the recipe for so long i'm not quite sure but the pancakes are every bit worth the effort. our family rates them ten stars! :)

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Steps

  1. In large bowl of an electric mixer on high speed beat eggs until light and fluffy
  2. About 2 minutes
  3. Into eggs sift the flour
  4. Baking powder and salt and granulated sugar
  5. Add brown sugar and beat until smooth
  6. Stir in buttermilk and butter or margerine until just combined
  7. Do not overbeat !
  8. Meanwhile heat pan over medium heat
  9. To test temperature drop a little cold water onto pan
  10. The water should roll off in drops
  11. Lightly oil pan
  12. Use 1 / 4 cup batter for each pancake
  13. Cook until light brown on each side
  14. This recipe can be doubled with great results
  15. Enjoy ! :)

Step 13

Total Time in Minute 20

Ingredients Count 9

cooking our favorite buttermilk pancakes

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Ingredients

Eggs

All-purpose flour

Baking powder

Salt

Granulated sugar

Light brown sugar

Buttermilk

Butter

Oil

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