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Why does waffle dough get dark?

Always when I make waffles or pancakes the dough of it gets dark after a few hours. It looks like having black sprinkles. Why is that and how long can I still use it? The ingredients I use for ...
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How to get spongy slightly chewy pancakes?

One of my favorite restaurants makes these amazing pancakes that are wide (12+ inches), pretty thin (1 cm?, fairly spongy/chewy and fried crispy on the outside edges. I'm wondering what steps one ...
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Why is the first hotcake always the worst?

Every time I cook hotcakes, the first one is usually the worst one. It seems like it will take forever to cook and for the bubbles to show up at the surface. I initially thought it was the pan, that ...
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How to make pretty crêpes?

I know how to make crêpes, however they have some tendency to be a bit ugly aesthetically speaking. Each time I go to a crêperie, I can see this kind of crêpes : However, when I try myself, I ...
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Difference between Pancakes and “Kaiserschmarrn”?

Is there a difference between pancakes and Kaiserschmarrn from Austria?
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Increasing my pancake recipe..Are soda and salt in a different ratio than the other ingredients?

I need to increase my pancake recipe 4.5 times. I seem to remember that the salt and soda are increased at a smaller ratio than the rest of the ingredients. Is that true, and what is the correct ...
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How to make dutch pannekoek?

How can I make those Dutch pannekoek, specially those salty ones that have cheese and mushrooms? Every time I try, I end up burning those "toppings".
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How to fry big potato pancakes for hungarian pancakes?

Good hungarian pancakes use potato pancakes the size of a big plate as base under the goulash. I never managed to successfully flip such a pancake. I can make small ones that occupy 1/3 of the pan ...
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Will dried buttermilk react with other ingredients in dry mix with oil, stored in fridge?

I would like to make a (dry) pancake mix in a large batch, and then store it in the fridge. I have done this before with no problem, and would now like to do the same thing, but add dried buttermilk. ...
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How would changing the amount of egg affect a pancake recipe?

When I make pancakes, the recipe I use calls for 1 egg and 1c of flour. However, usually I increase the flour (up to 50%) to make a bit more. I've tried both keeping 1 egg, or adding a second one, but ...
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How can you keep a stack of Swedish pancakes fresh?

I make Swedish pancakes for my family every Thursday, as per Swedish tradition. Fresh from the frying pan they are crisp at the edges and very slightly crisp on the surface where the batter has ...
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Substituting soy milk for regular (cow) milk in crepes/pancakes

I normally make my Swedish pancakes with soy milk because my SO has a dairy sensitivity. But today I used cow's milk, and I noticed that my pancakes seemed to brown a lot faster than they usually do, ...
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How to use a bottom concave ebelskiver (Æbleskiver) pan on a glass cook-top stove?

I've recently come in to a lovely cast iron ebelskiver pan (pictured below) and would like to try to make some ebelskivers. The problem is I don't have a gas range and I'm rather sure that my ...
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What happens if you cook pureed pancakes?

Okay to begin with, I know this is an odd question, but I've been reading The Flavor Bible and they mention an experiment where they made pancakes, pureed them with milk so it looked like batter ...
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Can I make gluten free crepes?

I have seen recipes for gluten free American style pancakes, and suppose that they turn out OK as long as they contain something which keeps them from falling apart. But I was wondering if I can make ...
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To make Gluten free pancakes, can I just substitute regular flour with Gluten free flour?

Will a normal pancake recipe work with Gluten free flour, or do I need to add other ingredients as well?
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Eggs in Pancakes, health hazard?

I want to make pancakes. I have a powder mix that needs only milk to be ready. However there is a note on the powder mix's box that says I can add an egg to the mix as well. How safe is that? Are ...
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Is it safe to store batter/dough that contains eggs?

I sometimes like to make a large batch of pancake butter or cornbread dough, and fry/bake it whenever I want some freshly made pancakes or cornbread. Both these liquids contain eggs. Is is safe to ...
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How to store pancakes

Can I just put a stack in the freezer, with some paper between each? Do I need to make any changes to my ingredients (Milk, Flour, Butter, Sugar, Salt, Eggs) for efficient storage? When I reheat them ...
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Almond Flour pancakes

I have this really tasty recipe for pancakes that use almond flour and whey protein (along with Ricotta cheese and lemon). However, the problem is, these pancakes don't "flip". Does anyone have any ...
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What does “buttermilk” mean in an American pancake recipe?

I want to experiment making American style pancakes (I usually make Austrian style unleavened palatschinken). The recipe I found says "buttermilk", but I remember reading somewhere that the Americans ...
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Why Buckwheat Pancakes?

I'm interested in buckwheat. What is it, what are the common uses, and why are there so many recipies (relatively speaking) for buckwheat pancakes? What does the buckwheat do to a pancake that makes ...
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How long does pancake batter last in the fridge?

I'm making a packet mix of pancake batter that doesn't lend itself to partial mixes - it's hard to split "1 egg" as an ingredient. How long would pancake batter last in the fridge? Even if it's a ...
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How to make Pancakes with Almond milk?

We've been experimenting with using almond milk as a substitute for actual milk in my household. The biggest failure so far has been with pancakes. The pancakes taste okay, but they are far stickier ...
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Given I have to make the batter now to eat in 3-4hrs, what's the best way to store my pancakes (or the batter)?

I'm about to make some pancakes(1) for my daughter, and will want to make some for me and my wife this evening (in about 3-4hrs), since using a single egg should make at ~six I'll have too much batter ...
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How to ensure that the Pancakes get cooked evenly?

The last time I made pancakes, while they were nicely cooked on the outside, they were still a bit "battery" in the middle. Does anyone has a simple solution to try?
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Can I make pancakes with waffle mix?

It's thanksgiving, bought pancake mix to enjoy on a cold morning with the family. It had bugs in it from the store. I have waffle mix, but my iron is MIA. Can I make pancakes or something alike using ...
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Advice for adding pumpkin to pancakes?

free pancake recipe (see below) that requires applesauce and would like to know how I could best incorporate canned pumpkin, to make some really yummy pancakes for the holidays. Can I just replace the ...
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why do my pancakes (crêpes) take such a long time to cook?

I am making crêpes and I wonder why they take such a ridiculously long amount of time to cook, about 5 or 6 minutes per pancake. I remember once upon a time I was making crêpes cooking them about 90 ...
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How to make pancakes/crepes without eggs nor any liquids besides water?

I am looking for a way to make pancakes/crepes (the very thin ones), with the following limitations: no eggs no liquid ingredients besides water cheap ingredients only I've been trying something ...
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What is the difference between crepes and Swedish pancakes?

We just made the Swedish recipe this morning, and it seems like crepes...
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Can I use cookie cutter shapes in a frying pan?

Was thinking how to spice up our pancakes and eggs for the little ones and remember seeing pancakes in various shapes before. Do people put them right in the pan or bring them out and then cut them ...
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Non-stick griddle frustration

I like to make pancakes. I like to make them on a nonstick surface. I know that nonstick surfaces don't last forever, but my specific experiences with griddles, both electric and stovetop, has been ...
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How does crepe batter differ from pancake batter?

What are the different ingredients in crepe mix versus pancake mix? I'd like to try my hand at making crepes from scratch...
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How to make thick and fluffy pancakes?

I recently had thick and fluffy pancakes at a restaurant and I am eager to figure out how to make them. Anyone know the secret behind getting thick and fluffy pancakes? Is it adding baking soda? ...
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If I make a big batch of blueberry buttermilk pancakes and freeze them, how long will they stay fresh for before getting freezer-burnt?

I love buttermilk pancakes. Being able to make them on the weekends for breakfast at a later date is just a bonus (like Eggo without the preservatives). I'm just not sure how long they last for in the ...
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Milk alternative in pancake batter

What could I use in place of milk in pancake batter? Would rice milk or soya milk work? What about in scotch pancakes?
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Is there a formula for converting pancake batter to waffle batter?

I have a wonderful pancake recipe that I would like to convert into a waffle recipe. Is there a generally accepted formula for doing this? Based on other recipes I've seen, it looks like the amount ...