Sunday Morning Lemony Buttermilk Cornmeal Pancakes

On Sundays if we don’t get up and out of the house right away, we lounge around and make a real breakfast. I like making pancakes or waffles and Tim likes to practice his Jacques Pepin omelet technique. While I like the idea of exotic pancakes, I find I always come back to the more straight-up variety. I guess I’m looking for that perfect in between pancake.

I was intrigued by the “Blueberry Orange Cornmeal Pancake” recipe I found on a blog called “Satisfied” and I’m giving it a thumbs up. The cornmeal adds just enough texture and the zest gives things a nice little zip. I made a few small alterations: lemon zest instead of orange zest and omitting the blueberries because I prefer fresh fruit on top vs. cooked fruit inside my pancakes. I also didn’t have buttermilk on hand, so I used the handy substitution of 1Tbl of lemon juice with enough milk added to make 1 cup (let it sit 5 minutes, don’t stir).

So if you like classic pancakes with just a little twist, give this one a try. You’ll like it. Luca did, but then again, I think he’s pretty much a fan of most pancakes he encounters. For those exotic pancake fans, check out Simran’s famous coconut-mango pancake recipe.

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