Do you like pancakes? I am such a sucker for this breakfast food. It pairs well with fruits. Like cereals, it is not heavy meaning I can finish it within minutes and quickly head off to work. And yes, it is very easy to make.
While pancakes are relatively easy to prepare, I do know some people who struggle to come up with fluffy, golden circles. They often ask me: “What temperature to cook pancakes?” This is the question I will address in this article.
Ideal temperature in cooking pancakes
Let me be clear about this—I didn’t master cooking pancakes overnight. I had my share of struggles, too. Back in the day, I would simply wait for the pan to get hot, put in the cooking oil and then wait until the pancake forms into circles.
More often than not, I would serve pancakes that are burnt on one side. Or deal with pancakes that are slightly undercooked.
While my kids would still eat those, it was quite embarrassing on my part.
I didn’t realize that there’s an ideal temperature in cooking pancakes—about 375 degrees Fahrenheit. I can assure you that you can get nice, golden brown and well-cooked pancakes if you use this temperature setting.
Five Pancake Cooking Mistakes
As it turns out, setting your stove’s temperature to the right setting isn’t just the only hack in coming up with fluffy pancakes. There are other mistakes you should avoid when you are preparing this breakfast staple, like:
Pancakes may be a very easy meal to prepare for breakfast, but many of us still don’t realize that the ideal temperature for cooking it is 375 degrees Fahrenheit. And I am sure many homemakers commit the five pancake cooking mistakes I mentioned above.
Are you one of those people who commit pancake cooking mistakes? Well, at least you now know how to make a perfect, fluffy pancake, right?