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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2009/12/29 02:53:42 (permalink)
bka0664:  I'd certainly be interested in making a starter for sourdough pancakes.  When I visited Seattle, I had some really great sourdough bread and imagine the pancakes would be outstanding!  Thanks for sharing your recipe!  Judy
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2009/12/29 04:55:38 (permalink)
  After the Boss gets back from Russia we will be adding sour dough pancakes to our already extensive menu. We already offer buttermilk and whole wheat and honey cakes but this being Alaska and all, people have been asking for sour dough cakes lately.

 As an aside; I think that the sour dough in Alaska came up here from San Francisco via the miners that came after the 1849 gold strike played out and the Alaska gold fields of Fairbanks were discovered.

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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2009/12/29 07:28:12 (permalink)
Try making pancakes with Egg Nog instead of Milk...Russ
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2011/12/28 17:15:40 (permalink)
I like pumpkin a lot! I make them year you'd for my kids with whipped egg whites , and they go crazy for them.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/06 12:55:06 (permalink)
I love whole grain pancakes with granola and banana on top. My favorite.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/06 13:11:26 (permalink)
Buttermilk or buckwheat for me, with real maple syrup. If I can get them with blueberries in them, so much the better!
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/06 14:49:07 (permalink)
The key to good pancakes is adding a little salt.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/06 15:44:02 (permalink)
I'll second buckwheat pancakes with real / fresh blue berries and real maple syrup.
 
Had some last weekend at Young's Restaurant in Durham, NH - simply Outstanding.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/06 15:59:53 (permalink)
NYNM

Here in New Mexico, we have blue corn pancakes. I know there are also kinds like whole wheat, buckweat, etc.

Also pancakes themselves have different names: griddle cakes, johnny cakes (I think this is the same), flapjacks, etc.

What other names and types of pancakes do you know about?

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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/06 18:53:18 (permalink)
Here in Western N.Y. there is an amazing place called The Maple Tree Inn. It is only open when the sap flows, from late february to early April. All you can eat buckwheat pancakes that are very fluffy, almost like buttermilk ones, but with that buckwheat flavor. the sausagge is from a local butcher shop and very tasty. All syrup is pure fresh maple. I recommend this to anybody who lives in the Northeast, worth the drive. I have met people from as far as Montreal. It is about 1 1/2 hours south of Rochester in Angelica.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/07 17:27:40 (permalink)
NYNM

Here in New Mexico, we have blue corn pancakes. I know there are also kinds like whole wheat, buckweat, etc.

Also pancakes themselves have different names: griddle cakes, johnny cakes (I think this is the same), flapjacks, etc.

What other names and types of pancakes do you know about?

 
I adore Dutch Babies, like those at Original Pancake House.  They're easy to make and so impressive--serve simply with sugar and fresh lemon juice.  I also make Meyer lemon ricotta pancakes--they are soft pillows of heaven--no syrup required, imho, and I'm a Grade B maple syrup head.  Cream of wheat pancakes at Flappy Jack's in Glendora, CA are also yummy. 
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/07 22:40:49 (permalink)
Neesie

The Dutch Baby looks more like a volcano, hollow in the middle. The pannekeouken isn't indented like that; it just deflates. But they are probably in the same family. By the way, there is one Pannekeouken Huis that I know of in the Twin Cities. (Maplewood). I have a hard time getting my hubby to go there because they used to serve their beverages in mason jars, which he hates. I heard that they don't do that anymore.


A Dutch Baby is a version of a Popover.......I make them all the time, adding fruit for the least bit and dusting them with confectionary sugar
 
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/08/07 22:59:37 (permalink)
I like to play around with both "add-ins" to pancakes and liquids used. Some of my home-made "bacon" that has been cooked..or summer sausage is a nice savoury alternative.  Maybe some day I'll try clams or Scallops with a Butter/Dill sauce for dinner.
 
For Breakfast here.......Blueberry, banana (sometimes helped with mashed banana), or strawberry are the most asked for.
 
Add ins....vanilla............lemon peel....reconstituted!!!!! Penzey's is especially good.  Cinnamon.
 
Even if I'm not using my home mix with baking soda, Bisquick can be fun with changes of liquid.some good:
Lemonade
OJ
Cranberry Juice
 
Some not as successful:
Coke
Sprite
Chicken broth..thought it could be and "underlayer" for a chicken stew
 
May try chunks of melon some day will have to re-adjust the liquids.  I tend to make my pancakes on the runny/eggy side rather than thick floury ones
 
And No.Johnny cakes are NOT pancakes although similar.  Love them with dinner or whenever I am in Rhode Island......but butter hits them, never ever syrup.
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/09/28 18:25:44 (permalink)
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Potato is my favorite

 
I'm with Susan. I like flapjacks and all the rest but potato pancakes are my favourite. It's partially due to my Lithuanian background I suppose but the other reason is that real potato pancakes are so tough to find even in dedicated pancake joints. Sour cream with potato pancakes is a must, however.
 
I like raspberry syrup on ordinary flapjacks if that's offered.
 

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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/09/28 20:30:23 (permalink)
I like many kinds of pancakes, but some of the best that we make come from recipes from the King Arthur Flour Companion cook book. The Zephyr Pancakes in there are rich and just so delicious it hurts. And the Ginger Bread Pancakes may be the best thing I've ever had for breakfast. No restaurant pancake's ever come close to them.
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/09/28 21:16:02 (permalink)
I used to love the "German" pancakes at IHOP.
But for the last ten years I've been making my own buckwheat pancakes using about half "Bob's Red Mill" organic Buckwheat Flour Pancake Mix with about half Bob's organic High Fiber Pancake & Waffle (whole grain) Mix. And I use buttermilk (actually, organic Kefir) instead of milk plus eggs and all the usual suspects. Especially, Cinnamon. My "secret ingredient"!
Off course, my pancakes are topped with butter and 100% pure
Vermont grade 'B' fancy maple syrup. 
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/09/28 23:28:07 (permalink)
Pancakes made with vanilla and a little cinnamon...Yum!  Also gingerbread pancakes from the Omelettry in Austin.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2012/09/29 00:09:17 (permalink)
Had a leftover banana...mashed it up.....added it to the pancake mix with a little vanilla......tossed in a bunch of blueberries.and it seemed it was a resounding success
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/09/29 13:06:55 (permalink)
Hepcat

I'm with Susan. I like flapjacks and all the rest but potato pancakes are my favourite. It's partially due to my Lithuanian background I suppose but the other reason is that real potato pancakes are so tough to find even in dedicated pancake joints. Sour cream with potato pancakes is a must, however.

 
I'm a huge potato pancake fan but they are hard to find let alone good ones. I prefer them thin, slightly crisp and with a hint of green onion.
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RE: Kinds of pancakes 2012/12/28 14:01:16 (permalink)
Oatmeal pancakes.  Use a loaded oatmeal, cranberries, apples, sunflower seeds, egg, flower etc.
 
Super filling and taste great.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/04/26 05:44:24 (permalink)
Banana, Chocolate, Pineapple. Choco chips, Apple and Strawberry Pan cakes are available.I liked Chocolate pancakes.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/04/26 08:25:12 (permalink)
Wow!  reading thru all these pancake ideas makes me want to fix pancakes for tomorrow's breakfast. 
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/04/30 13:51:53 (permalink)
I had blue corn pancakes last week.
 
DRY with lots of texture.  Very dry.  Extremely dry.
 
They were served with eggs and bacon.  I put salsa on the eggs.  It was a Mexican breakfast.
 

 
I prefer my blue corn in corn bread.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/04/30 20:35:20 (permalink)
I agree Mar! I hate dry pancakes. My favorites as a kid were when my Mom made corn bread pancakes(not dry) or my Dad's favorite, buckwheat pancakes.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/07/05 11:48:05 (permalink)
Until Mr Chips introduces you to Korean pancakes, you don't know what pancakes can be! Come on, Jim. you can't keep it a secret forever.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/07/05 12:29:18 (permalink)
This morning Ms OC made buttermilk pancakes with fresh blueberries and walnuts.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/08/21 02:43:46 (permalink)
I know it will sound kind of weird. One day, I make pancake, a cup of honey and some butter on the table. I had boil some sausage, pan fried eggs for sandwiches that I would prepare for snack at the park later. My children thought the sausages is for the pancake. They rolled the sausage and eggs into the pancake. . . eat it. Eventually, they began to like it. Kinda of sweet, salty favor.
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/08/21 17:55:22 (permalink)
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I know it will sound kind of weird. One day, I make pancake, a cup of honey and some butter on the table. I had boil some sausage, pan fried eggs for sandwiches that I would prepare for snack at the park later. My children thought the sausages is for the pancake. They rolled the sausage and eggs into the pancake. . . eat it. Eventually, they began to like it. Kinda of sweet, salty favor.

 
Dude you had me until "Boiled Sausage" try spam next time!
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/08/23 08:26:49 (permalink)
I love pancakes but I don't make them at home very often.  No reason, I just never have.  But I love pancakes with nuts and fruit, even seeds.  anything crunchy
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Re:Kinds of pancakes 2013/09/11 05:56:03 (permalink)
The Finnish style pancake, Panukakku or something like that. It's eggy and it's BAKED. Last recipe that i remember seeing B.T.W. came on the inside of a carton of eggs.
 
going back to their founding, two certain chains of pancake used to offer a wide variety of pancakes from around the world which were more than traditional pancakes with something added to the batter - chocolate, blueberries, strawberries, etc. regretfully, first the older chain and then the new upstart decided to shuck their pancake heritage for a wider variety of options and with that, the delightful choices were gone. examples of pancake concepts from both no longer offered:
crepes suzette (VERY sweet)
crepes
Swedish baked pancakes with ligonberries
German (what one of those certain chains call "Dutch" is only a smaller version of their now gone German)
 
b.t.w., Angela's Cafe in Jefferson City (Mo) offers Blackberry pancakes. good, but what i talked about above - regular pancake batter with something added. they also do chocolate, strawberry and blueberry depending on what's in season and what they feel like.
 
update Septebmer 27th - last weekend Angela's had a cranberry and white chocolate pancake. once again, the batter stays the same, these are just items added to it. there is a place that makes chocolate pancakes where the batter is actually chocolate but it is part of a chain so i won't say too much more, just wanted to point out that they go beyond adding stuff to the batter. oh yeah, Angela's still has the blackberry pancakes. and b.t.w. they sell Nehi soda, also,usually carrying just one flavor.
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