Quick and easy. These would go well with ham or fried fish or chicken as well as being a quick hot breakfast.
The first batch I made, I forgot to add the shortening and they turned out just as good as the second batch with the shortening, so I'll be omitting the shortening from now on.
They are a bit too salty, but cutting the salt in half makes them too bland for eating without syrup. Next time I'll try 3/4 teaspoon salt.
I couldn't form little flatten balls, so I just dropped the batter by heaping spoonfuls onto a well-oiled skillet (I found that an eighth inch of oil worked as well as a half inch)
They cook quickly and also burn quickly, so keep a close eye on the frying process.
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Quick and easy. These would go well with ham or fried fish or chicken as well as being a quick...