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grocery find: stonewall pancake mix

November 18th, 2011 § 1 comment § permalink

First things first, I need to get door kick plates for my front door.  My kid and her friends almost always kick our front door whenever they want to go inside.  I mean, why do that?  Haven’t they heard about the concept of knocking?  Oh well, better to get one than have the whole door replaced.

Second, I need to get pancakes out of my mind.  Remember when I wrote here how I was not into pancakes and that I only make them for my kids. Well, well, well.  Guess who’s making and eating them almost everyday.  Yep, it’s me.  I’ve had a change of heart and mind over these round things.

And why not especially when you have Stonewall Pancake & Waffle Mixes to create pancakes that are filled with great aroma and flavor?!  I love eating them in the morning with my coffee or as a snack with green tea in the afternoon .

And top that with Stonewall’s Maine Maple Syrup.  YUM!  I can practically have this everyday without getting tired of it.  But you know me, I’ll get tired of it eventually but not in the very near future, that’s for sure.

 

Stonewall Specialty Food products are available in Rustan’s Supermarkets for a limited time only.

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September 24th, 2011 § 10 comments § permalink

This is a perfect day in my books.  My little girl has no school.  My mom is here visiting from the US and there’s no need for any more free demo conference calls or overseas calls of any kind. I have a pancake mix my sister from abroad gave me.  So what does this mean?  I have to make pancakes for breakfast and I have just the best pancake recipe ever.

 

INGREDIENTS

 1 1/2 cups of pancake mix

3/4 cup water

1 200ml of sour cream

1 egg

butter

maple syrup

 PROCEDURE

 Stir in pancake mix, egg, and sour cream very gently.  Do not over mix.  It’s alright if the mixture has lumps.

 

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 Heat the pan, cast iron skillet or griddle if you have one over medium-low heat.  Melt a tablespoon of butter per pancake.  Cook for about 3-4 minutes on one side before turning it over.  The pancake with sour cream mixture takes longer to cook than regular pancake recipes.  It’s important to cook it under low fire.

 Repeat steps with the remaining batter.

 Serve in a stack with maple syrup and butter on top.

 My MG loves pancakes. In fact, she can pancakes every morning without getting tired of it.

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