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Pancakes USA stylie from Happy Days with the Naked Chef (page 40) by Jamie Oliver

  • eggs
  • all-purpose flour
  • milk

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  • wester on September 26, 2017

    Revised review. The problems I mentioned in the previous review are easily remedied by increasing the amount of milk slightly. However, while making these I remembered suddenly that there was another recipe that actually told me to keep the pancakes warm in the oven. Smitten Kitchen's recipe. https://www.eatyourbooks.com/library/recipes/1801212/tall-fluffy-buttermilk-pancakes . Easier and with better directions and better results. I'm not going to bother with these again.

  • Lmucharraz on December 28, 2012

    Loved this recipe, I used half whole meal flour and got delicious and healthier pancakes!

  • owaint on August 10, 2012

    my standard breakfast pancake recipe - the whipped egg whites make them really light and fluffy. Have to be eaten straight away though.

  • fprincess on October 27, 2010

    These did not work for me. They were heavy and thick. I added some milk and made a few attempts but there are better recipes elsewhere (I use Alton Brown's).

  • wester on September 03, 2010

    The pancakes were nice and fluffy, and I will probably make them again. However, I would have liked a bit more directions baking them. It wasn't quite clear how thick they should be (I made them about 4mm). The recipe didn't tell me either that it was important the thickness should be even (this batter doesn't flow like normal pancake batter). Or that the pancakes don't get completely firm before turning them over and therefore might 'splash' a bit, more if you put them back in the pan from a greater height than strictly necessary. And there is one more bowl to wash up than with normal pancakes.

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