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IHOP - All You Can Eat Pancakes

We're learning the secret to the perfect pancake with help from IHOP.
"Perfect Pancake" Instructions
Water temperature - when preparing your dry pancake mix it is essential that water be
chilled to less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Using ice we bring our water to this
temperature when preparing a fresh batch of pancake batter.
Lumps are good - do not over mix the pancake batter. Ensure that there are some
lumps of flour that remain. If the batter is a smooth consistency you will not be able to
prepare tall, fluffy pancakes.
Grill temperature - ensure that your grill is at 350 degrees and that you do not have hot
or cold spots on the grill that can affect cooking time.
Cook time - we judge if a pancake is ready by appearance. When dropping the
pancake batter we look for bubbles to form and for the batter to have a dull appearance,
this is approximately 2.5 minutes. After flipping, cook approximately 2 minutes.
Appearance is the best judge as temperatures can vary.

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