(There Are Links To The Recipes Below)
Note: 1) each pancake is made with 1/4 cup of batter
I always wanted to know how to make all these things. After an exciting time in Tijuana and San Diego, I ate blueberry syrup at an IHOP in a desert in California. Since then, I occasionally searched for blueberry syrup, but I never found it. Today I unveil my most exciting breakfast menu. Pancakes, butter, blueberry and tangerine jam, and blueberry and blackberry syrup with a huge French omelet with fine herbs. I serve this with milk. The food in this blog post FULFILLED AND EXCEEDED THE ANTICIPATED EXCITEMENT of several of my forgotten desires.
I made the pancakes by using Bisquick and a heavy aluminum non-stick fry pan that can double as a griddle. Brushing butter on the pan before cooking each pancake browned the pancakes with a pattern. Without using the butter, the pancakes would be browned without a pattern. They would resemble pancakes in American restaurants. I used a timer, on my microwave, to cook each side of the pancakes for 2 minutes. The temperature of the stove and the timing could be adjusted to change how the pancakes are browned. Each pancake required 4 minutes of cooking time. This French omelet was inspired by Julia Child.
Blueberry And Tangerine
Blueberry And Blackberry Syrup
Sparkling Blueberry And Blackberry Soda
This was in a blog post entitled Grapefruit Julius Made With Buttermilk, Sparkling Blackberry Soda, Strawberries And Crème Fraîche.
Putting Everything Together
I have a category on French omelets.
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