I have cornmeal in the cupboard from making biscuits a while ago, so looked for a recipe for cornmeal pancakes, but most of them seem to want you to add boiling water to the cornmeal etc but this didn't appeal with children involved. Have also been studying various pancake recipes this last week, and have sort of cobbled together the high points from others I have looked at and adapted it my own way - so here goes.
I mixed 1/2 cup cornmeal, 1/2 cup doves farm rice flour and 1/2 cup doves farm self raising flour with 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of salt.
|see the bubbles rise|
|cooked and cooling|
|eaten and enjoyed|
we then added dry into wet, stirred thoroughly to get a mixture that you could leave a trail on top of, and then cooked in a frying pan with oil in.
These gave us, in my opinion, the lightest, airiest, tastiest pancakes I have made in many a year, and I would say if you want to copy just one of my recipes then this has to be the first you try. The kids thought they were very yummy, last weeks were just yummy.
The vanilla from the milk was the dominant flavour, and the cornmeal gave them a very nice yellow colour, and I assume the addition of the yoghurt help to make them airy.
This is a reviewpost but the findings are not influenced by that, they are my opinions on the products.