2 eggs 1/2 teaspoonful salt flour 2 teaspoonfuls baking powder
1 teaspoonful sugar
Add the beaten egg to the milk, stir in the salt, sugar and softened butter, and sift in the flour in which the baking powder has been mixed. Use enough flour to make a batter like that of cake.
Corn meal with part flour, buckwheat or graham flour, may be substituted.
In berry season, huckleberries, blueberries or raspberries added to the above griddle cake batter, are delicious.
A little vinegar added to the sour milk batter of griddle cakes just before frying, is good.
1 quart buckwheat flour 1 yeast cake warm water 1 tablespoonful molasses
1 teaspoonful salt
Mix at night.
To the yeast dissolved in a little lukewarm water add the salt, molasses, a little warm water, a little flour, continuing to add flour and water till you have a thin batter. Keep in a warm place till morning, add a pinch of soda, fry and serve with butter and syrup, maple or sugar syrup.
Into one cupful of cold water in a quart basin, stir all the granulated sugar that will dissolve. More sugar and water can be added as necessary to keep the syrup the right consistency. This syrup never becomes hard.
2 cupfuls scalded milk buckwheat flour
1/3 cupful bread crumbs 1/2 teaspoonful salt
3/4 of a yeast cake 54 teaspoonful soda
1 tablespoonful molasses
Mix at night.
Pour the hot milk over the crumbs and when the mixture is just lukewarm, add the yeast dissolved in a little warm water, salt, and enough buckwheat flour to make a batter about like that of cake. Keep in a warm place till morning, add the soda dissolved in a little warm water, and the molasses. Fry, and serve as desired. If about one cupful of the batter is set aside, it can be used instead of yeast for the next making.
1 cupful oatmeal flour
1 cupful sour milk 1/2 teaspoonful salt
1/2 cupful sugar 1 teaspoonful soda
1 egg Mix at night.
Stir the oatmeal into the milk and let stand in a not too cold place over night. In the morning, add the sugar, salt, soda dissolved in a little warm water, and flour enough to make a batter like that of cake. Fry on a buttered griddle and serve with butter and syrup.
2 cupfuls sour milk 1 egg flour, either graham, wheat flour or buckwheat butter, size of egg 1/2 teaspoonful salt 1 teaspoonful soda 1 teaspoonful sugar
Add the beaten egg to the sour milk, then stir in the salt, sugar, soda dissolved in a little water, the softened butter and enough flour to make a batter like that of cake. Fry and serve as prepared.
Bread crumbs or even corn meal with part flour may be used instead of all flour, or buckwheat, or graham flour may be substituted.