This was an awesome recipe. Seeing the great taste and texture of the pancakes, I was anxious to come up w/a more fiber-filled version, & I finally did. I thought I'd share for anyone wanting to do the same: For the rice flour, I used King Arthur Flour whole grain gluten free flour mix (a 71% whole grain blend of sorghum, amaranth, millet, brown rice, teff & tapioca starch). And then I used KAF hi-maize natural fiber (a cornstarch w/6g fiber per serving) for the potato starch, and only half the milk (used soured w/lemon juice milk) called for. I whisked it til smooth in my kitchen aid mixer, and used a 1/4 cup measure to ladle equal portions onto a hot griddle. These substitutions worked perfectly without comprising the character of the recipe. I'll upload pics soon to show a better visual. Thanks for such a great recipe that is good as is, but can also withstand substitutions (which is not always easy to do in GF recipes)
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This was an awesome recipe. Seeing the great taste and texture of the pancakes, I was anxious...