The chickens are FINALLY laying again! They went through the worst molt I've EVER seen this fall, and I haven't delivered eggs since October 28th! (Insane!) So, now that we have fresh eggs again, I took six of them to make ourselves dinner last night.
My mom always made this when I was growing up, and it's called Pancake Fluff. As a child, we ate it with maple syrup, but Tom and I have been taking to eating it as is . . . or maybe even with some salt & pepper. It's very light but also rich. Almost all protein. I think that, in the future, I'll spread some mozzarella & chopped ham (or some such thing) on the top & then put the broiler on for the last two minutes or so. At any rate, we're moving away from 'pancake', and so we need to think of a new name! Anyone?
Mixed up and ready to go into the oven.
It rises like a soufflé!
Side view. Maybe I should have put it on the bottom shelf!
I added roasted pecans in the last minute or two.
I didn't want to add anything while the batter was still soft
because I wanted the pecans (or cheese & ham) to decorate the top and not sink in.
A side of homemade cinnamon & brown sugar applesauce (from my folks' trees!),
cooked spinach (already on our plates), and it's a meal! (AND there are leftovers for today!)