7/8ths of a teaspoon of salt? Who decides to publish recipes like this?
1 t = 6 grams so your 7/8ths insinuates that an extra 0.75 g of salt would ruin it. I'm sorry, but that is not only needless but imo, irresponsible.
Recipe works as written. Makes a slightly sweet and very tasty pancake. Would make again.
This is great. I skipped the grapes cos I didn't have them, but everything about this is yummy-- and actually quite easy and low-labor as long as you pay attention to starting early (thanks commenter who highlighted that!)
Can I make this in a 12 inch skillet?
This was very good. IMPORTANT: remember to plan ahead, since the batter needs to rest. This is so light, it only fed two of us. That's really only 1.5 eggs each, 1/2 oz meat, 1/2 oz cheese... I only added half the sugar in the batter and that was good. I might even use maple syrup in the batter instead of sugar - that maple syrup and ham combo is good. Topped with salad of tomatoes and greens in a mustard vinaigrette, no syrup in that. I'll make it again.
I halved the recipe and it worked perfectly in an 8" skillet. Delicious!
I made this for our girls' trip Sunday brunch and it yielded RAVE reviews. Followed the recipe to a T. So good.
This is amazing. I followed the recipe exactly for the baby, even though I wasn’t sure about the sugar. It was perfect. I didn’t have arugula so I used green cabbage with the dressing. So yummy! Our mustard was Plochman’s original stone ground mustard and I used 1 tsp maple syrup.