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    Obesity II - A Model that Works


    Buttermilk Pancakes
    Chef Ann Cooper formerly of the Ross School – East Hampton, NY
    Adapted by StarChefs

    Yield: 6¼ Gallons/200 Servings (4 fluid ounces each)

    Ingredients:
    • 14 pounds Sir Galahad flour
    • 5½ pounds sugar
    • 1 ounce salt
    • 6¼ ounces baking soda
    • 5¾ pounds eggs
    • 3¼ gallons buttermilk
    • 3¼ pounds unsalted butter, melted

    Method:
    Place all dry ingredients in Hobart bowl fitted with paddle attachment. Measure all wet ingredients into a separate bowl and add melted butter. Add all the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients in the mixer and mix until combined. Turn off mixer and scrape bottom of the bowl with a spatula. Let batter rest before using.

    Heat a griddle or heavy skillet over medium heat, and lightly grease it with vegetable oil. Preheat the oven to 250°F. Drop the batter onto the hot pan by using a 4-ounce ladle. When the pancakes are bubbly on top and browned on the bottom, flip them. As they cook through, transfer them to a baking sheet and keep them warm in the oven while you cook the rest of the batter.

     

     

     

     











       Published: February 2005

     


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