Sourdough FAQ Recipes
Alaskan Blueberry Pancakes
# From: Sharon_Patton@NeXT.COM

[Alaskan Blueberry Pancakes].

Made on the Alagnak River at our fishing lodge for many years 300  
miles SE of Anchorage and ravished by many fishermen and stranded  
weathered in guests.  I got so tired of writing down this recipe,  I  
made copies when I went to Anchorage for supplies. 


1 cup sour dough starter (I made mine from potato water)
2 cups flour
2 cups milk (I used powdered never had fresh available, but fresh ok)
1 tsp salt

mix above in crock or bowl (not stainless steel) cover with  kitchen  
towel or cheescloth, let stand overnight.  In AM when nice and bubbly  
add:

2 tsp baking soda
2 eggs
3-4 tablespoons melted shortening or butter
2 tsp sugar
fresh blueberries (if your lucky enough to have them growing around  
you)

Pour large silver dollar size batter on hot griddle,  cook and turn.   
Serve with lots of syrup and butter and river coffee.  These also  
went great in backpacks for endurance on the trail.  The stronger the  
starter the stronger the pancake.