April 14, 2018
Breakfast, Dairy, Eggs,
Central/South American, North American, Budget-Friendly, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Kid Pleaser, Brunch, Hand Mix/Whisk, Skillet, Stove Top, Flour more
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"Developing an RSC recipe often requires research. Maize (corn) was developed in Central America from a wild grass called teosinte. It eventually became a major dietary staple of the native population of No & So America. The USA produces 40% of the world’s corn supplies & accounts for more 50% of world corn exports, but its place in our cuisine is often overlooked. Look at the big picture & think of a life w/o corn dogs, cornbread, corn flakes, popcorn, corn oil/syrup, corn tacos/tortillas or these pancakes, for example. Did you wonder how the history would get us to the pancakes? :-) ENJOY!"
In a lrg bowl, stir together the cornmeal, flour, baking powder & salt.
In a med bowl, whisk together the heavy cream, water, melted butter, honey & 2 eggs.
Pour the wet ingredients over the dry ingredients & combine w/a few quick strokes of the whisk.
Lightly butter a non-stick pan over med heat. Pour about ¼ cup of batter for ea pancake & cook until a few bubbles have formed & the edges begin to look dry. Flip over & cook until done. Repeat cooking process until all batter has been used.
Serve w/butter & honey. Fresh berries or a sml pan-grilled ham steak would also be good.
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Wow, what an innovative use of the ingredients for this Ready Steady Cook game. I made half a batch, following the recipe exactly. I consider a cup of flour weighs about 130 grams, so I used quite a bit less flour than what others might use. Only thing that meant is that I didn't need to use the full amount of water. These cooked up beautifully and were so light and tender. The cornmeal gave a nice crunch.
Great pancakes twisted. They were light, tender and delicious. the flavor is predominantly cornmeal with a slightly gritty texture. Very tasty and very filling. Served with wildflower honey, for a memorable breakfast.
This was a wonderful use of game ingredients. Thanks for thinking of me... Made for RSC 2018
Very simple and very good!
I'm not used to eat a lot of pancakes but I found a great idea to use cornmeal for pancakes so that this recipe was real worth to be tried! I used our fresh local raw honey for this an it was more than delicious! Thanks a lot Twissis for this recipe, your cooking skills are always awesome!