By Terry in New Brunswick, Canada on January 09, 2006
"This occupies a place of choice in our community. The Ploye looks like a pancake but is prepared with buckweat flour. It is used in place of bread. If you come from Northern New Brunswick and you are a BRAYON, it is a common thing to eat and is delicious. I posted it here so I would'nt loose it. After they are cooked, we spread butter on, roll them up and eat them that way. Some people like to finish a meal with one of these ploye drizzled with molasses as a dessert."
Serving Size: 1 (1096 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I am french I did grow up eating ployes they taste even better using Kates salted butter,my father would put the best maple syrup on them,talk about fantastic.my Mother came from StAgatha where the buckwheat is milled, happy eating.I just made some I am 70" sh I still cannot cook like Ma but they pretty close They are very filling"
"Molasses on ploye, Nothing says your a New Brunswicker than having molasses on something for dessert. No doubt this building has something to do with this "
"My mom is from New Brunswick and adores ploye. This is exactly the way to make these wonderful regional pancakes... thanks for posting!"
"I have been missing these sooooooooo much. My ex mother in-law used to make these all the time. After she became an EX mother in law, I didn't have the nerve to ask her for the recipe, lol. These are dilicious. thanks for posting."
"mmmmmmmmmmmmmm I grew up in Maine in a french family--missed them thank you"
"So yummy. I didn't expect these to be as nice as they are. Even cheaper than normal pancakes but heaps heaps healthier. Thank you so much for posting. I had them with fetta cheese and frenchtarts onion marmalade. They stuck to my cast onion pan quite badly so I used peanut oil. My husband pigged out on them. Super fast and easy."