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purity cookbook pancakes

Desciption

these are my all time favorite pancakes from my childhood. we always made pancakes from scratch, and my dad is famous in our family for making these on sunday mornings.

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Steps

  1. Stir liquid into dry ingredients
  2. Beating until almost smooth
  3. Pour batter onto preheated griddle
  4. Using 1 / 4 cup batter for each pancake
  5. Turn when bubbles break on sufrace
  6. Serve hot with butter and maple syrup

Step 4

Total Time in Minute 20

Ingredients Count 7

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Ingredients

Cake-and-pastry flour

Baking powder

Salt

Sugar

Egg

Milk

Butter

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