Hello National Pancake Day!

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National Pancake Day is September 26. bird coffee cup sad lookSorry for the delay. 

How many types of “pancakes” are there? I found twenty-four (24) on Buzzfeed delicious, delicious, delicious from different parts of the world. See the source image

  1. US & Canada: Buttermilk Pancakes

  2. See the source imageAustria: Kaiserschmarrn 

  3. Australia: Pikelets These petite, small and thick pancakes are popular as a snack or are served with afternoon tea. Would you like some jam and cream? Get the recipe.

  4. Pan-fried pancakes — typically made from dough, not batter — that are divinely chewy, flaky, and savory. Often served with a dipping sauce made from soy sauce. Get the recipe.China: cong you bing or Scallion Pancakes

  5. Eastern Europe: Blini or Blintz Blini or blintz are thin pancakes common in many Eastern European countries. They're thicker than French crêpes, made with wheat or buckwheat flour and yeast, and filled with sweet or savory stuffing. These are Cheese Blintz Hot Cakes by Rachael Ray. Get the recipe.

  6. Thin pancakes made with plain flour, eggs, and milk. Traditionally topped with lemon juice and sugar. Like North American pancakes, Brits drizzle it with golden syrup, or like European pancakes, wrap them around savory fillings and eat it as a main course. This traditional recipe is by Kate Tait. Get the recipe.England: Pancakes with Sugar and Lemon

OM GOSH! I have to stop writing the pancakes from around the world. I am so stuffed just looking at the pictures and the articles. They are all delicious. For  complete information on all twenty-four (24) pancakes go to:

Buzzfeed.com

Have a great day! betty boob chefHope

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