Did you know there is a difference between pancakes and hotcakes? A hotcake is smaller and thicker. That's the way I like it.
I didn't know what category to put this in, so I went with pastries, since many people refer to them as 'sliced pastry'.
Here's a very simple recipe that I know you will enjoy.
NOTE: If you don't have buttermilk, you can use milk. If so, add a teaspoon of vinegar. The vinegar changes regular milk to buttermilk. In addition, I sometimes like to add a teaspoon of whiskey to my pancake batter. It does make a difference and it is so good. The only way you could tell the difference is to compare 2 recipes, one with and the other without whiskey. Finally, if you use self-rising flour, you don't need the baking powder and salt.
You're almost home free. All you have to do now is throw the ingredients in a container. I recommend you use a bowl with a pouring spout, so you can easily pour them on the griddle.
Mix the ingredients until the texture you like is there.
Melt some butter on a cast iron griddle or skillet. Pour the batter and make about 3 circles at a time. Cook on each side until golden brown, and YOU'RE IN BUSINESS!
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