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    These are the BEST pancakes I have ever made. They are so fluffy and taste just like the ones you get from a restaurant for breakfast. They taste best with ice-cream and maple syrup. If you don't have vegetable oil, canola oil is fine, but make sure to NOT use olive oil. as it gives a horrible flavour. Also if you dont have buttermilk, use normal milk with a few teaspoons of vinegar or lemon juice. My trick to making the pancakes thick and fluffy is to not spread out the batter once it is in the pan, otherwise they turn out rubbery.

    Recipe #322442

    This is my Nan's recipe. Old-fashioned recipes always taste the best, which is definatley the case for these piklets! The batter may be a bit thick so add a little more milk to get it to the consistency you prefer.

    Recipe #290140

    This is an old family recipe and is so yummy and not hard at all to make. It is also great cold for school/work lunches, left-over from the previous night's dinner. I sometimes make it at about 4pm and put it in the fridge for a few hours, before popping it in the oven later, just so it done and out of the way. Also, you can vary the vegetables added; we sometimes use pumpkin, potato, eggplant etc.

    Recipe #290000


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