Many years ago when I was in the 6th grade my family slept around. Hahahahah Actually we were sort of doing a weird commute from our lake house and in town staying at friends houses while our new house was being built. Many times we stayed at the home of Al and Betty Crawford, and yes everyone one got the “you can call me Betty and Betty when you call me you can call me Al….” reference., a wonderful woman and wonderful cook.
Betty taught me how to make three things I remember to this day; ice cream with my very own Donvier pint sized Ice cream maker, fried mush which I will let this blogger describe to you here: Fried Mush, and Swedish Pancakes.
I haven’t yet make the boys fried mush because I do not think they will appreciate the seriousness of such a breakfast food, but who can say for sure; they DEVOUR the Swedish pancakes.
Here is the recipe:
1 cup of flour – Betty used to say a “scant cup of flour”
1 cup of milk
1/2 t of salt
1/2 t of sugar
in a frying pay melt a little butter and swirl some of this batter around.
They cook very fast, like a thick crepe, which is great because people eat them faster than you can cook them. I once had two frying pans going at the same time which was, in hindsight, not the greatest idea.
They should look like these photos, which I stole from the internet; Google Image actually. If they are yours email me so I can give you credit.