Sunday, July 6, 2008

Pancake on Parade

The Well-Seasoned Cook is hosting a Pancake on Parade Event. When I saw this this morning I just had to join this event.
Want to take a peek at how your neighbors across the hall or across the oceans prepare their pancakes? Between June 8, 2008 and July 6, she is hosting Pancakes on Parade, an event to showcase the fascinating and flavorful things we magicians can conjure with some starch, liquid and heat. Recipes submitted can be as simple or elaborate as you choose, as sweet as the syrup you pour on them or as savory as salsa. All cultures and courses are welcome.

Please post a new recipe or a newly posted one from your archives, linking to this announcement, with the following details to me [thewellseasonedcook AT yahoo DOT com] by July 6:

Name:

Name and URL of Your Blog:

Name and URL of Your Recipe Post:

Location: Optional

Photo: Optional

Use of the logo is also optional.







This Oven crespella with Nutella Sauce was really good we enjoyed it.






This is The Best Buttermilk pancakes Ever, we make these all the time. You can add any kind of fruit you like or any syrup you like . We use a cast iron skillet to make them.

6 comments:

How To Eat A Cupcake said...

A total cheater recipe (but a delicious one) I use when I'm feeling lazy is to use storebought pancake mix and add 1 packet of flavored instant oatmeal for every cup of mix in the batter. It adds awesome flavor and you can't tell you're eating oatmeal!

Hendria said...

how to eat a cupcake....that is very interesting idea to add the flavored oatmeal... I will have to try it. :) Thanks...

Susan said...

Thanks for the great recipes, Hendria. I can just tell those are the *best* buttermilk pancakes!
The round-up is online now.

Hendria said...

susan...thanks for the comment I hope you enjoy them .... :)

librariane said...

Yummy! I love oven pancakes and cast iron skillets (though I have to admit: I haven't used mine in a while...). Glad to see these in the pancake parade.

Hendria said...

Librarine.....Thanks for the comment. Cast iron frying pans a handy in the kitchen. They are good for cooking pancakes as well...more even heat. :)

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