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"Perhaps not stunning, just an excellent recipe for pancakes as they are meant to be. We partially used whole-wheat flour, which is a nice addition to give a little more taste to the pancakes."
Nov 22, 2009 on Food.com
"Just excellent. I've made it twice now, one time following the recipe more or less to the letter and it was great (even without the syrup. This time I varied it a bit, I left out the orange zest and vanilla out of necessity and added a bit of sugar (I used 1.5 times the amount in the recipe, almond syrup and a little honey, and it still came out..."
Sep 14, 2008 on Food.com
"This was great, I made it some time ago for some friends and family and it was a complete success, it turned out marvelously. The taste is actually quite nice, but you have to love honey and not eat more than one piece per evening. As for the melted butter, I recommend using butter (or other fat that solidifies quite quickly (so definitely no oil..."
Feb 1, 2007 on Food.com
"If you don't trust yourself, don't taste these before serving, or you'll risk having to make a new batch : Mine have just come out of the oven and they look and taste great (they're a bit dense, but since the baking powder was a few years past its shelf life I won't hold that against the recipe. Having tasted them they are a bit bitter, but not ..."
Jan 31, 2007 on Food.com
"This is a good idea, the walnuts really give an extra "bite" and they're a nice change from pine nuts. I combined the sauce with fresh tortellini filled with ham, topped it with grated cheese and put it in the oven for about 20 minutes (at about 190 deg. C, turned out quite nice."
Jan 31, 2007 on Food.com
"These really have a wonderful taste. They are sweet, but the orange rind makes sure it stays light and in combination with the almonds the taste is very complete and delicate. BTW, I used a bit more egg than in the recipe (I scaled the recipe to 30 cookies and then used 3 eggs instead of the 2.x eggs that were suggested. However, although this wo..."
Jan 28, 2007 on Food.com