From the HBD Archive
From: Marty Albini <hplabs!hpsdl39!martya>
Subject: beer pancakes
Date: 1990-03-01 21:57:51 GMT

>Anyone have any good *food* recipes using beer as an ingredient?

How about beer pancakes?


dry stuff

*1/4 cp oat flour
*1/4 cp graham flour (a coursely ground whole wheat flour used
for making graham crackers)
*1/2 cp whole wheat pastry flour
(1 cp total)
-or-
*1 cp whole wheat pastry flour

1/2 tsp baking powder (use 3/4 tsp of the non-alum kind)
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 heaping tbl dry malt extract
1 heaping tbl health-food store brewer's yeast

optional:
1 tbl sesame seeds

wet stuff

1 cp bland, boring, light beer, easy on the hops (unless you
want to eat the whole batch yourself)
1 1/2 tsp lemon juice (1 good squeeze of 1/2 a lemon)
1/2 stick butter/margarine


Set margarine in the frying pan to melt. Mix dry ingrediants
in one bowl, wet in another. Add the melted butter to the wet and mix
well just before stirring in dry stuff. If you want skinnier pancakes,
thin batter with beer.

Serves two. You might want to make a double batch, as this
leaves 1/2 a can of bad beer sitting around, and I for one don't drink
before breakfast, and if I did, I wouldn't drink this stuff.

If the beer isn't flat, you can reduce the baking powder and
soda. The lemon juice is just to react with the soda, so that can go
away too. If you use fresh beer, the above makes very light and
fluffy pancakes.

Enjoy!
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