Call them hotcakes, flapjacks or griddlecakes, they come with dozens of toppings and are not just eaten at breakfast. They seem all-American, drowning in butter and maple syrup. We call them just plain pancakes (make mine buttermilk), and we have restaurants devoted to them exclusively. Our version of pancakes is usually flat, round and made with an egg and milk batter, cooked on a hot griddle or in a frying pan, light and fluffy. But these flat cakes are enjoyed the world over with many different variations and ingredients.
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