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    This is the recipe I use and it works every time UNLESS I am too lazy to measure the vinegar and use too much. OR if I overmix it, you should only mix until its just combined and smooth (little lumps ok). And like PP said, I let it sit for 10-15 mins before I use it.

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/fluffy-pancakes-2/

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    I make the super thin crepe variety, nothing fancy at all about the recipe I use:

    1 cup plain flour
    1 egg (beaten)
    1 1/2 cups milk

    I'm generally too lazy to sift the flour and I often just give the egg a bit of a whoosh with a fork rather than actually beating it. Just add the milk to the flour gradually while you beat.
    I usually make a double batch and we have them for 2 nights ( I do them for dinner with ham, onion, mushrooms etc as filling)

    As pp have said, it might be your pan. I too have a favourite pancake frypan in my cupboard

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    The recipe on the side of the buttermilk carton works well. I leave out the berries tho


 

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