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I have a recipe for pancakes.

 
 
Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:36 pm
Take some Bisquick, eggs, and milk, put them in a mixing bowl and stir them. Grease a pan (I prefer butter) and then pour the ingredients in. When the edges start turning brown, flip them and cook the other side. Put the finished pancakes on a plate and pour syrup on top.
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:45 pm
wow, what a concept, Pancakes!~!
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:48 pm
btw Gus, I have a secret recipe for corn-bread involving JiffyMix. If you PM me I will let you in on it.
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cavfancier
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:49 pm
Well, at least use real maple syrup if you are going to use butter, and make sure not to get the butter too hot, lest it burn. The milk solids in butter tend to allow it to brown at lower temperatures than oil.

I am curious, have you ever tried Lobster Bisquick? Instant classic soup a la Escoffier, just add water, and lobster.
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msolga
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:53 pm
Bisquick? A powdered something?
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:53 pm
if I use dehydrated water do I still have to add water or do I just add water?
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gustavratzenhofer
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 06:54 pm
That Lobster Bisquick sounds intriguing. I may have to run to the store.

Filet Mignon Bisquick has always been a favorite of mine. Perfect little steaks every time.
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msolga
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:01 pm
I've gotta get hold of some of this stuff ... Whatever it is!?
How about Borscht Bisquick? Razz
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kickycan
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:01 pm
Those sound delicious, Gus. But do you know a way to make those without the eggs, milk, butter or bisquick? Thanks in advance.
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cavfancier
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:05 pm
Just for you msolga, you can join the ever-popular Bisquick recipe club here for free. Just keep in mind, you get what you pay for: https://www.bettycrocker.com/login.aspx?redirectpath=myaccount.aspx
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Slappy Doo Hoo
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:05 pm
If you step on an ant, it'll probably die.
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gustavratzenhofer
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:05 pm
I've read that somewhere, slappy.
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Slappy Doo Hoo
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:07 pm
You read it here first, buddy.

Watch carefully, I often display tidbits of pure genius.
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msolga
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:11 pm
Thanks, cav. This could be the wonder food of the 21st century! You can do anything with it! Truly amazing stuff!
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paulaj
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:19 pm
Re: I have a recipe for pancakes.
gustavratzenhofer wrote:
Take some Bisquick, eggs, and milk, put them in a mixing bowl and stir them. Grease a pan (I prefer butter) and then pour the ingredients in. When the edges start turning brown, flip them and cook the other side. Put the finished pancakes on a plate and pour syrup on top.

That sounds yummy but ........................ ~complicated~ I don't think I can pull it off.

<walks away, sit's in a large wing back chair and is now in deep thought>
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 07:26 pm
Why go to the trouble, gus? All you gotta do is buy a package of pancakes in the frozen foods section, pop them in the microwave until they turn to mush, add butter and syrup and dig in.
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margo
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 08:02 pm
Bisquick?
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msolga
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 08:17 pm
I asked the very same question, margo. Obviously we're missing out on an amazing product here in Oz! :wink:

cavfancier wrote:
Just for you msolga, you can join the ever-popular Bisquick recipe club here for free. Just keep in mind, you get what you pay for: https://www.bettycrocker.com/login.aspx?redirectpath=myaccount.aspx
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farmerman
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 08:31 pm
DUCK ala Bisquick.
1Kill one duck
2remove all partts not numbred
3soak duck in a thin bisquick batter, then into dry bisquick, then into batter
4Repeat till duck is REALLY BIG
5Drop into deep frier set at 500 C
6 STAND BACK till done
7 when duck is mahogany its finished
8serve with a fine MD 20/20


JEever make bisquick manifold muffins? now thats some eatin
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msolga
 
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Reply Mon 29 Nov, 2004 08:40 pm
Very funny, farmerman. Laughing
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