The best recipe for American Pancakes, very thick and tasty, super easy and fast but mostly without rest time!
The American Pancakes, are fluffy and thick, they are greedy and tasty, perfect for breakfast, a family brunch or a snack.
This recipe of Pancakes is super simple and quick to prepare and especially no rest time in the fridge, they are immediately ready and above all perfect!
The secret to making American Pancakes a success is buttermilk (always have a bottle in the fridge), it's the ingredient that ensures the success of lots of fluffy recipes, like buttermilk cake, muffins, etc.
How to Prepare American Pancakes
Preparing American pancake batter
To start, place melted butter, powdered sugar, buttermilk and egg in a large bowl.
Then whisk in hand, beat for 1 good minute, until a sparkling and homogeneous mixture.
Finish by mixing the dough gently, just enough to obtain a homogeneous mixture still a little grainy.
The perfect consistency for American pancakes is a thick, slightly grainy paste.
If you find that your dough looks too thick, then add small amounts of buttermilk.
And if on the contrary you find it far too liquid, then add a little flour to thicken it.
Cooking American pancakes
Start by heating a lightly oiled pancake pan.
Then drop 2 tbsp of pancake dough in your pancake pan.
(It takes about 2 tables poons of dough to form a small pancake)
Bake for about 2 minutes, then turn the pancake over and cook for 1 to 2 minutes.
Conservation of American pancakes
Pancakes are better when eaten immediately.
You can prepare the dough the night before and keep it in the fridge.
- 155 g Flour
- 210 ml buttermilk
- 1 egg
- 2 tbsp sugar
- 1 tbsp butter melted
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 1 pinch salt
- Place the melted butter, powdered sugar, egg and buttermilk in a container and mix with a hand whisk.
- Then add the dry ingredients, baking powder, baking soda, salt and finish by adding the flour.
- Gently mix the pancake batter until a homogeneous, slightly granular and thick mixture is obtained. (If the mixture seems too liquid, add a little flour; if it seems too thick, add a little buttermilk).
- Preheat a lightly oiled pancake pan, place a tablespoon of pancake batter in your pan. (about 2 tablespoons of batter to form a pancake)
- Leave to cook for 2 minutes, then turn over and cook again for 1 to 2 minutes.