I have not used the called for sesame oil in these. I have used walnut oil and that worked nicely (plain oil will do just fine). If the batter seems a bit dense just thin it slowly with more eggnog or a bit if milk till it seems right to you. Very quick, easy and DH loved (mine will eat the whole batch)
This is soooo easy to make and a really good syrup if you like the caramel taste. It's not thick, it's more on the runny side, but very tasty. The prep time is approximate. This came out of my very favorite cookbook "Where's Mom Now That I Need Her?"
This is from Alton Brown. The BEST pancake recipe I've used and it is a regular favorite. *****NOTE**** There are actually TWO recipes here. One for a batch of mix and one to make a batch of pancakes from 2 cups of the pancake mix.
These are very thin pancakes and they are a real favourite of my kids! I usually have to make a double recipe to make sure my husband and I will get some too! My kids love these and in Mennonite tradition these are eaten as a supper! Funny eh?
I poached this recipe from cooks.com (it was submitted by Dawn Linke, so props to her). I'm mainly posting it here since this is the recipe site I use the most and I want to add it to my cookbook, and I was most happy with this recipe vs. other eggless pancake recipes I've tried, so I figured it was worth sharing. :)
This recipe is from Southern Living Magazine but tweaked a bit by me. It's great for an early-morning breakfast or brunch for a crowd, because you can do most of the work ahead of time and just throw it in the oven the morning you want to serve it.