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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] 3 2 1 TIP: You can put more than one pancake on the griddle at a time Preheat: Almost Done: Combine: 6 Batter: 5 Ladle: 7 Flip Pancake: Make Tie-Dye Pancakes 4 8 Food-Coloring: Do It Again: Turn the surface of your stove to 350*FPlace the griddle on stove.Spray the griddle with cooking spray to prevent stuck batter. It will be ready when water can dissolve almost immediately. Pour out two cups of the mix into the measuring cup. Then, transfer the mix into the bowl. Next, measure out 1 1/3 cups of water; subsequently, dump it into the bowl with the mix. Grab the whisk and whisk the mix into water until there are no powder clumps left. (To whisk: to froth with rapid motions). If you whisk any longer, it will toughen the pancakes. Pick out one or two colors you would like your pancakes to be. Next, drip three-ten drops per color into the batter depending on how dark or vibrant you want the color to be. Use the whisk to swirl the colors around. Use the ladle to scoop out some batter. Wipe excess batter from the bottom of the ladle on the side of the bowl. Then, carefully pour out some batter onto the griddle or skillet. Wait until the edges of the pancake start to bubble around the circumference. Then, slide the flat spatula under the pancake and flip it over so that the raw side is on the griddle. When it is obvious that the batter is no longer liquid and the bottom is a golden-brown color, use the spatula to flip pancakes onto the clean serving plate. Repeat steps five through seven until all the batter is gone. YOU WILL NEED:A flat spatula, a skillet or griddle, Stop & Shop buttermilk pancake mix, access to water, a ladle, a big bowl,a whisk, a measuring cup, food coloring, a stove top, and a clean serving plate.
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