Amy, your review is dated a couple of years back, but the rating is not correct. In fact the recipe was wonderful if you have patience. My grandmother years ago gave me the recipe (she made the best ever), I have unfortunately misplaced it (ok lost it), I knew the ingredients, but not sure of the amounts to use. I used this recipe. They were almost like Grandma’s.
A little hint to the next person who tries these for the 1st time. Make sure your iron is hot before you place it in the batter, however it cannot be to hot (yes some trials and errors will occur) if it starts to fry the batter in your dish your iron is too hot. Make sure you do not get the batter on top of the iron (that is very important), I also find that if you tap the iron a couple of time once the batter starts to fry you can knock off the rosette off of the iron , then can use tongs to pick them up and put them on the paper towel.
So as far as the recipe goes, it is a very good one.
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Nov. 19, 2007