What is the difference between a hotcake and a pancake?
Here in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the U.S.A.; and especially on the Outer Banks of NC, one will sometimes find on the breakfast menu, "hotcakes" in lieu of "pancakes". Traditionally the cake served as a "hotcake" will be significantly thinner, and often much larger in diameter than a traditional "pancake". It is so thin that it can be compared to a crepe instead of a thicker pancake. These hotcakes are so thin they can be rolled up like a crepe. The "hotcake" in this region is no more than about 3/16 of an inch thick, possibly only 1/8", and often served as a much larger diameter, (possibly 10 inches or more) than a traditional pancake. Often large platters are used for serving to accommodate the larger cake; (there should be room on the platter for scrambled eggs and shredded potatoes). Often only 2 cakes are served since being so large in diameter, it makes up for the thinner cake, and therefore 2 cakes make a substantial portion. They typically taste more buttery due to the larger liquid portion in the batter to make it thinner. The batter ingredients possibly use butter in some cases.
There was a restaurant in Point Harbor, NC, 30+ years ago, (1960s and 70s), right at the West end of the Wright Memorial Bridge that was famous for their hotcake served as a side with every meal whether ordered or not. Their hotcake was a smaller diameter than the one described above, about 5" to 6" inches, yet still very thin and buttery.
These hotcakes are often eaten just as traditional pancakes are, with syrup, honey, jam, jelly or preserves; or those that are truly fans of these delights will use nothing, or maybe a bit of butter.
Not a pancake but maybe a particle-cake.... or a hotcake!
pancake a thick a crepe is VERY thin. it's spread out throughout the pan. a pancake just sits there.
funnel has more sugar + it taste better
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Pancakes and crepes are basically the same thing worldwide. 'Crepe' is a French term and it is usually much thinner than a pancake as the recipe calls for a more liquid batter.
The main difference between crepes and Swedish pancakes is the fact that the Swedish pancake recipe calls for sugar, while the crepe recipe relies upon the filling to provide the sugar.
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In the US, they are the same thing. In the UK, a pancake is the same as in American English, but a flapjack is a tray bake (or bar cookie) made from rolled oats, fat (typically butter), brown sugar and usually Golden syrup or honey.
Yes. It won't make much of a difference. The sugar mixed in the pancake mix will not be noticeable.
A pancake is a soft flat cake cooked in a pan or griddle. A waffle is cooked on a specialized iron. It gives it a grid pattern and crispy edges and sides.
It depends what kind of pancake, how big the pancake is, and what you use to make the pancake.
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Pancake shortie is awesome
Yes, pancake is a food. You can find pancake mix in your local grocery store.
You have spelled it correctly (pancake).
The plural of pancake is pancakes.
A britanny,french pancake
You get pancake mix from a supermarket.
In frying a pancake the metal of the frying pan conducts heat to the pancake.
a silver dollar pancake
A french pancake, which is a crepe
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you can not bake a pancake only fry it
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the egg goes all stringy but helps the bond between the mixture.
the arrangement of particles in a pancake are that when you prepare the pancake with the ingredients it turns into a liquid and then when you cook it change into a solid
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The first pancake was made in Medieval Europe
The plural form of pancake is pancakes.
They didn't have a "pancake day."
The Dutch word for pancake is 'pannekoek'.
I have a piece of pancake this morning.
Pancake tortoise was created in 1903.
A crepe is a very thin pancake very popular in France and Belgium that is often topped or wrapped and filled (similar to a burrito) with either sweet (chocolate, ice cream, fruits) or savory (vegetables, meats) foods. The American pancake is specifically a breakfast food and often eaten with butter or fruit and syrup. The west pancake, more commonly known as the Belgian waffle, is eaten in a similar way to American pancakes but is… Read More
No its not, Because pancake is made up of ingredients flour egg and milk a vegetable is a living organisms and pancake is not its had to be fried
A dutch guy invented the first pancake. He was trying to make pizza but it turned out to be something different. a PANCAKE!
They are "blintzes". Or at least, this is the Russian equivalent of a English pancake/crepe. (i.e they are not think, unlike the American pancake).
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An average pancake is about 6 ounces
The type of pancake is crepe.
It's called pancake tossing.
There are about 86 calories in a small pancake.