Overnite Sourdough Pancakes
Once again I am giving out a recipe I vowed never to reveal! What is with this site? This has got to be the easiest sour dough recipe, purists beware! It is overnight so it's not the "real" thing. However it works perfect when camping. We just put the ingredients into separate ziplock bags and if we are in the tent we put the bowl of starter to sit overnight in the car. These also double nicely, they are great!!!!
- Ready In:
- 24hrs 3mins
- 3 cups flour
- 4 teaspoons yeast
- 3 cups water
- 2 eggs
- 1 1⁄2 teaspoons baking soda
- 1 1⁄2 teaspoons salt
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 3 tablespoons oil
- Mix the starter the night before in a large plastic bowl, and cover with saran wrap.
- The next morning add all other ingredients and mix well.
- Fry on griddle till golden on both sides.
- One of our favorite ways to serve these is with real butter, a sprinkling of powdered sugar, whipped cream, and a handful of blueberries. We also put blueberries in each pancake as they cook.
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My family really liked these. We were having them for dinner on Pancake Tuesday so I fermented them in my oven for about 8 hours on Proof setting. It was nice and frothy and fermented after about 8 hours. I did need to add about 2/3 cup more flour at the end because the batter was very thin. I also added in some vanilla. I served them with home made raspberry sauce and they were a big hit. The recipe makes a large batch of pancakes. I made enough to serve 4 and then put the rest of the batter in the fridge for another day.
Thank you, homegirl, for revealing your never-to-be-revealed pancake recipe! So easy to make and so light in texture. I made mine with my new electric pancake maker and drizzled them with honey and topped them with sliced fresh strawberries for a scrumptious brunch which everyone enjoyed! Those left over (because the recipe made a lot of pancakes) I filled with cream cheese, a pinch of cinnamon and nutmeg and apple slices and rolled up blintz-style and baked in the oven. These too were delicious.
In my family it is well known that I am not as good a pancake maker as my husband (and several of the neighborhood children will also tell you this! LOL!). This recipe *may* have redeemed me! I loved that it was so easy. After dinner dishes I put the starter together and then put the other dry stuff (the sugar etc.) into a bowl. In the morning all I had to do was crack some eggs and stir it all together. We are used to putting more sweetner in our pancakes and then eating them without syrup so that was a change, but these were so nice and fluffy that no one cated. I did use whole wheat flour so they were probably not as fluffy as they could be, but they were excellent. Thanks!
This sourdough recipe with its one night resting works great for me since I have limited counterspace. The pancakes were light and flavorful. I add fresh blueberries and topped with with Blueberry Syrup #42038. A nice change from regular pancakes and they were easy to make. Thanks homegirl. Bullwinkle.