Although I have several variations of pancakes recipes that are included in one of my recipe books, I have found and modified to my personal preferences one more recipe and these pancakes became my kids’ favorite.
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- In a small pan on medium heat warm buttermilk/kefir stirring all the time until it warm (be careful not to overheat).
- In a separate bowl, whisk two eggs, add warm buttermilk, salt and sugar; mix well.
- In a small cap, mix baking soda with water (do not use vinegar). Add soda to the butter, mix.
- Add flour, mix everything. The thickness of butter will depend how much flour you’ll add. I like both variations. This will make pancakes thinner or thicker (as shown on the images).
- At the end, add oil and mix butter again.
- Preheat non-stick frying pan to high temperature, grease the bottom lightly (I use a pastry brush dipped into oil). Depending on a pan material and quality, you may need to grease only once before the first pancake, or before each pancake.
- Pour the butter into the frying pan. Size may vary depending on size of frying pan or your personal preference. With thicker butter, I make up to three pancakes on the large size pan.
- Bake pancakes on both sides.
- Serve warm alone, with syrup or sour cream. Enjoy!