Old' Timey Klondike Style Sourdough Flap-Jacks
"I remember as a kid dreaming of Saturday morning cartoons and pancakes"— every child
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Its early on a Saturday morning the roosters crowed and the sun has just begun to rise over the horizon. The coffee begins to perk and bacon sizzling -what could be more fun than surprising the whole family with mouth watering Klondike style sourdough pancakes. Warming a little maple syrup on the stove will drag even the deepest sleepers from slumber to find the Klondike style sourdough pancakes covered in warm maple syrup you are about to take all the credit for.
Favorite toppings and add-ins
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What should you do?
First combine 1 cup starter, 1 cup warm kefir w/ yeast, 1 cup flour combine and let rise up to 12hrs before. Next combine and whisk together 1 large grade A egg, 2 Tb sugar, 1 tsp vanilla. Combine all ingredients with 1 tsp baking soda and cook on a griddle or any other evenly heated cook surface. Try adding fresh blueberries or even bananas and chocolate chunks to add some variety and fun to your recipe.
Make the yeast sponge first
- Prepare and combine 1 cup starter, 1 cup warm kefir w/ yeast, 1 cup flour.
- Let it rise for up to 12 hrs prior or overnight.
- Combine and whisk together 1 large grade A egg, 2 Tb sugar, 1 tsp vanilla extract.
- Combine yeast sponge and egg mixture with 1 tsp baking soda. Some lumps are ok if you like a light and fluffy pancake.
- Cook over medium heat on a griddle or other evenly heated cook surface. When edges and top form solid bubbles its ready to flip.
- If you smell it flip it its likely to late or maybe the flame is to high. If your timing is just right and its golden brown with the perfect chew. That's a perfect Klondike style Flap-Jack.
- Try adding fresh blueberries or even bananas and chocolate chunks to add fun and variety to your recipe.
"the best gift is breakfast in bed"
- 1 cup starter
- 1 cup Kefir or milk
- 1 cup flour
- 1 large egg
- 2 Tb sugar
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp vanilla or other extract
- pinch salt or to taste
Find your style
As this video demonstrates how the same batter cooked at similar temperatures in different ways gives the pancake its unique texture. If there is a certain way you like your pancake to look try these methods.