Enough flour to thicken a bit, try a few tablespoons at a time, it
Shouldn't get really doughy or thick (save enough flour to smear on your
Face so they all think you worked hard)
Beat the egg a bit, mix in everything else but flour (the spices can be
Just a sprinkle to start, you can always add more) then add flour as you
See fit. I added melted butter to it because I was going to cook them
On George, but last time I attempted this, it came out a bit messy. So
Put a little bit, really, of cooking oil in a pan and drop mix by a
Tablespoon full. Flatten them a bit, don't crowd. Make sure the oil is
On a medium to medium/high heat. Brown one side, flip. They are
Extremely hot when they become done. By the time the second batch was
Cooked, the first was still hot.
Cheese and/or corn can be added. Or whatever you have on hand. Mine
Were so yummy. I had leftovers and warmed them up about 15 seconds in
The microwave and, oh, so yummy. My sour cream decided to go sour (go
Figure) so the first batch I dipped in ranch dressing, then for the
Leftovers, I remembered I had leftover Arby's Horsey Sauce, and that was
A good thing.
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