Buckwheat Pancakes

Buckwheat is not wheat at all, but actually a vegetable (related to rhubarb) and thus a good friend of people who cannot abide gluten. When using it to make pancakes, it frequently is combined with some other kind of flour because pancakes made from only buckwheat have a dour, earthy flavor. That is why buckwheat pancakes are so well abetted by a generous pile of fruit on top.

Restaurants With This Dish

Running Bear Pancake House


Dottie’s Fountain & Grill



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