How do you make pancakes step by step?

Chef's answer
How to Make Perfect Homemade Pancakes in 7 Easy Steps
  • Grab a griddle or large nonstick skillet. ...
  • Preheat and lightly grease your pan. ...
  • Use a simple ratio to make batter. ...
  • Don't overbeat the batter. ...
  • Cook each pancake until bubbles form on top. ...
  • Add toppings before you flip. ...
  • Flip and let cook for another minute.
  • Mar 27, 2019
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  • Dry your dry scallops: Moisture inhibits browning, and you want your scallops to acquire a golden crust, not steam in the pan.
  • Use hot hot heat: Don't be afraid to get your pan ripping hot.
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