Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Something Different

This is a pancake made with some extra dough from The Bread.

When I patted the dough into shape before the second rise, I decided I had a bit too much for my new little casserole, so I mixed up a lump with some milk, sugar and cinnamon and made it gloppy like normal pancake dough. Then I let it rise again, and a couple of hours later made myself some lovely pancakes.

They had a completely different structure and mouthfeel from normal pancakes. I could have added a bit less milk, but they were tender and crispy and absolutely delicious dotted with the last of my Canadian Maple Syrup.

6 comments:

burekaboy — said...

wow, the things you can do with a odd piece of dough ;P they look great.

aja said...

Hey BB,
Stranger things have happened to little lumps of dough...
The texture of these was chewier - like bread, and lighter than regular pancakes. But not like waffles either. Not sure I would make them specially, but if I happen to have a bit of extra dough... why not? 8^)

Paz said...

I love the setup. Your pancakes look so visually pleasing.

Paz

aja said...

Hey Paz,
Thank you so much... I think they tasted even better than they looked 8^}

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aja said...

Hey Jeena,
Thanks, I liked what I saw of yours too. 8^}