Monday, July 20, 2015

Wild Rice Pancakes

Kathleen saw this recipe and has been wanting to make it for a while. She made it a few Saturdays ago, and I was impressed. They were GOOD! This recipe makes quite a bit, so be prepared to freeze some pancakes or make fresh all week!

Wild Rice Pancakes
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1 cup Wild Rice
3 cups All-purpose OR (if You Have It) Cake Flour
1/2 teaspoon Salt
2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
4 Tablespoons Sugar
3-1/2 cups Whole Milk
2 whole Eggs
1 Tablespoon Vanilla
2 Tablespoons Butter, Melted
Butter, For Serving
Maple Or Pancake Syrup



Cook wild rice according to package instructions (do not add salt or cook in broth. Just cook in plain water.) Set aside.

Mix together dry ingredients in large bowl.

Mix together milk, eggs, and vanilla in a separate bowl.

Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients, stirring very gently until just combined. Add more milk if batter seems too thick. It should definitely be thick but easily pourable.

Add melted butter to the batter, stirring gently to combine.

Gently stir in cooked wild rice. (Add half at first and see how you like the looks of the batter. Then slowly add in as much as you want.)

Cook on a buttered skillet over medium-low heat until golden brown.  Kathleen found they cook best over medium heat spread very thin, almost to a crepe consistency. Serve with an obscene amount of butter and warm syrup.
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