|I’m trying to figure out what the line down the center of this picture is…|
It was recently One Of Those Nights, and I was feeling hungry and kitchen-adventurous. Talk about cravings – here’s all my cravings, rolled into one weird little dish that was fun to make and eat.
The pancakes don’t have any further butter on them. I used my fingers to rip them up and dip a little bit in the sauce I made. I suppose you could pour it on, but a little goes a long way, in my opinion.
That said, if you’ve got a good twist on this for my next pancake outing, holler back! Aito thought maybe bacon in the pancake would be good. I must agree with him – perhaps next time. (UPDATE: IT WAS GREAT).
1 tablespoon sugar
Sriracha or other Chili Sauce
Butter (1/2 tablespoon per two small pancakes seemed about right)
1/3 cup Maple Syrup
Soy Sauce to taste
|Mix up some pancake mix (I used a box mix, because I still can’t find baking powder). I added a little bit of
sugar to offset the chili sauce. Make sure you’ve got enough butter in the pan. Add the chili sauce and
cook to a golden brown on both side.
|Maple “Syrup” and Soy Sauce turned out to be a flavor power-up – I recommend
starting with the syrup and adding soy to taste. Mine was a bit too salty.
|Make sure there’s enough butter for the second side. The chili sauce does a crazy thing – it leaves these little
crevices where it was. Very flavorful.
|A stack of the little sugary-spicy babies.|
|I ended up ripping them apart and dipping them into the sauce.|
Cravings: BANISHED. Enjoy!