The dry goods are mixed in a big bowl and the buttermilk and eggs in another. So far, so easy. A few tablespoons of melted butter are added and the batter is mixed until just barely blended. No problem. Then I needed to let the batter sit there and rest while the griddle heated. Which I did.After the few minutes it took for it to get to the right temperature, I grabbed my bowl and was pleased to see that the mixture had bloomed in size and was very pillowy and light, which boded well for our pancakes. I carefully ladled the batter on the pan, flipped when necessary and smiled to myself at the perfect pancakes that came out. Do you see how puffy those guys are?
I loved them too. They were perfectly flavored; not too sweet but sweet enough and definitely light and fluffy. Absolutely wonderful.