Delicious Cornmeal Pancakes From The 18th Century
Posted on March 16 2017
Today’s recipe is from Amelia Simmons’ 1796 cookbook, “American Cookery.” These delicious pancakes were called “Indian Slapjacks” because the recipe used cornmeal (called “Indian corn” in the 18th century) in addition to wheat flour. This dish is so easy to make. We highly recommend it!
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