6. It’s convenient to use 2 frying pans to make pancakes, while having a third one on low heat. You can use the third one for pancakes previously rubbed with butter. Keep flipping so that by the time the last pancake is ready, the first one is still hot.
7. If your pancakes keep breaking when flipped, add more flour and an egg to your dough.
8. To heat up the pancakes, wrap them in aluminum foil and place in preheated oven. Bake at 140 degrees for 10-25 minutes.
9. Sometimes we can’t finish all pancakes at once, and they don’t taste as good the next day. In order to make your leftovers fresh, sprinkle every one of them with sugar on just one side, fold it 4 times, lay on a cooking tray on a sheet of paper and put in oven (preheated to max) for 4-5 minutes. Watch your pancakes to make sure they don’t burn. Now you have delicious and crusty pancakes on your table! Even better than the fresh ones!