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How can I make NON-fluffy pancakes?

Every recipe I can find is for "fluffy" pancakes. I prefer thinner, slightly crispy, (very) slightly chewy, non-fluffy pancakes. Basically, the less "cake-like" the better. Apparently I'm the only ...
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9answers
107k views

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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7answers
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Melting yellow cheese for savory pancakes or crêpes

Due to differences in cultures I will begin with explaining the terms I am going to use: Savoury pancake - It is a normal pancake or a crêpe by US standards, but instead of being eaten with jam or ...
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5answers
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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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5answers
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How can I get thinner pancakes?

I've been messing around with the pancake recipe that calls for the following ingredients in the past few days. 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup milk 1 large ...
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2answers
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Why do we use the term Quick “Bread”?

I know there are questions here already about Quick bread vs cake, or muffins vs cupcakes. But I'm not asking about the sugar, fat ratio thing. I'm more interested in the "bread" part of it. To me ...
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2answers
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Difference between scones and biscuit?

What are the basic differences between scones, biscuits, tea-biscuits, muffins ? I know that cookie is the american word for the british biscuit.. Or is there any other difference?
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3answers
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How to make crispy crepes?

I make very thin crepes using batter made of 500 grams of flour, 3 eggs and 250 ml of milk. They turn out thin, soft and pliable. My wife on the other hand remembers fondly her mothers crepes, which ...
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1answer
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Difference between Potato Pancake and Hash Browns?

I was wondering what was the difference between these two potato recipes? Both of them seem to be near same but are referred differently. Is there even a difference or is it just word play?
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1answer
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Overpressurizing a cream whipper?

This might be considered off-topic, but thought it was worth asking, as I have no idea where else to ask -- I'm trying to make something forcibly eject from a cake. I've done some testing with a can ...
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2answers
407 views

Swedish/Finnish dinner pancakes

I was reading a Moomin book (Comet in Moominland) recently and there was a part in which Moomintroll and Sniff fry up some pancakes for dinner (40). I don't know if these are normal pancakes or if ...
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2answers
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White Potatoes for Hash Browns?

Are white potatoes the right type for hash browns? I guess not as I couldn't get them to adhere, without using eggs or flour etc.
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2answers
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What's the difference between thin crust pizza and a cracker

My friend says that thin pizza crust is nothing but a cracker, but I think there are significant differences between the two products. For example, if you buy a store-bought cracker and add pizza ...
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4answers
663 views

Why do my pancakes fizz?

TL;DR: Usual pancake (French-style crepe) mixture causes separation of mixture in the blender and fizzes when fried resulting in very poor quality pancakes which burn easily. The last couple of weeks ...
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4answers
181 views

Is there any way to make an egg pancake without sugar or white flour? [closed]

I'm trying to figure out if there's a way to make a healthy breakfast pancake that I can put in a container and take to work with me. Most pancakes need white flour and sugar; but is there something ...

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