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Hi all, does someone have recipe for these pancakes?? Faq's and online
recipes call for buttermilk pancake mix and I want one from scratch...
Thanks for any help :-) nancy

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nancy wrote:

Hi all, does someone have recipe for these pancakes?? Faq's and online
recipes call for buttermilk pancake mix and I want one from scratch...
Thanks for any help :-) nancy


Use the Joy of Cooking recipe, substituting starter for the flour/liquid
mix.

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Default sourdough buttermilk pancakes??

Here's 2 Recipes, I highly recommend the Waffle Recipe form King Arthur
Flour, it could also be used for pancakes. It looks like a lot of writing,
but it is very easy... almost a weekly affair at our house.

Rina



* Exported from MasterCook *

Sourdough Pancakes

Recipe By :Old Town Bed & Breakfast Inn, Eureka CA
Serving Size : 0 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Breakfast Sourdough

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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1/2 cup sourdough starter
2 eggs
1 Tablespoon sugar
2 teaspoons baking soda
2 cups buttermilk
2 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup oil

Let starter sit at room temperature overnight. Sift dry ingredients. Combine
eggs, buttermilk and oil with starter. Mix in dry ingredients until just
blended. Cook on prepared griddle over medium heat. Makes about a dozen 6
inch pancakes. For Waffles, use 1 teaspoon soda.


Source:
"found this recipe on 1st Traveler's Choice Internet Cookbook.
(www.virtualcities.com)"
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NOTES : The older the sourdough starter, the better. Flavor develops with
age! My starter is currently 22 years old. I begged for it from another
innkeeper in Lake County -- on my knees! He relented and gave me some to
bring home and use myself.

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* Exported from MasterCook *

Sourdough Waffles For Four

Recipe By :
Serving Size : 0 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Breakfast Sourdough

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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The Sponge
1 cup King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
1 cup King Arthur 100% White Whole Wheat Flour
2 tablespoons sugar (unbleached or white)
2 cups buttermilk -- slightly warmed (this is where a
microwave can help)
1 cup sourdough starter
The Batter
All of the Sponge (above) Plus
2 eggs
1/4 cup vegetable oil (or melted butter if you feel like
throwing caution to the winds)
1/2 teaspoon salt (to taste) -- (1/2 to 1)
1 teaspoon baking soda

Making the Sponge: This first step is best done the night before you want to
serve the waffles. First, remove your starter from the refrigerator, stir it
together with a spoon or whisk and pour out a cup. In a large mixing bowl,
combine the flours and sugar. Pour in the buttermilk and the sourdough
starter. Stir this mixture until just combined. Cover loosely and let this
sit on your counter until the next morning.

Feeding the Starter: Add to the remaining starter a cup of water and a cup
of flour. Stir, cover loosely and let it sit out on your counter until the
next morning to let it work and grow. Then refrigerate it until you want to
use it again.

Creating the Batter: Next morning, complete the batter while you preheat
your waffle iron. In a small mixing bowl, beat together the eggs, oil or
butter, salt and baking soda. Let the children (of any age) blend this into
the sponge you made the night before. (Watch what happens; it's neat.)
Grease your iron (a pastry brush makes this easy) and pour on 1/3 to 1/2 cup
of batter. Close the iron. A waffle usually cooks in 2 to 4 minutes. If you
try to raise the lid and it's reluctant to come, the waffle is probably not
done. Waffles are best eaten right from the iron if you like them crisp,
traditionally with butter and maple syrup.


Source:
"www.kingarthurflour.com/"
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NOTES : Our weekend favorite is sourdough waffles. These beat baking powder
waffles by a mile; if we can't make these, we don't eat waffles. When you
have a starter to take care of, and you don't have time to make bread,
waffles are the answer. You can make these a weekly ritual with very little
effort, thus feeding the masses (and the sourdough starter at the same
time). This also makes great pancake batter. Here's what we do:

Note: For a crowd, you can double this recipe.




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Hi all, does someone have recipe for these pancakes?? Faq's and online
recipes call for buttermilk pancake mix and I want one from scratch...
Thanks for any help :-) nancy



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THANKS, printing out and will fix in the morning.. yummmmmmmmy :-)
nancy

Here's 2 Recipes, I highly recommend the Waffle Recipe form King Arthur
Flour, it could also be used for pancakes. It looks like a lot of writing,
but it is very easy... almost a weekly affair at our house.

Rina

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Ahh... for best results, start them the night before.


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THANKS, printing out and will fix in the morning.. yummmmmmmmy :-)
nancy





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Default sourdough buttermilk pancakes??

Thanks Rina, am doing that, meant will cook in the morning.... :-)

Ahh... for best results, start them the night before.


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THANKS, printing out and will fix in the morning.. yummmmmmmmy :-)
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