We love pancakes, Yes we do
Every day we eat a few
When we don't, we might get sick
So here's a pancake list right quick.
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10. Bacon Pancakes - Original Pancake House - Chicago
A plate full of these and you'll be giving a whole new meaning to the Windy City.
8. Homemade Swedish Pancakes
Swedish pancakes are thin and crepe-like, and in very Swedish style, are commonly eaten for dinner with pea soup.
These onion, potato, salt, pepper, and sour cream pancakes are a tradition in Ukrainian culture.
6. Korean Pancakes -
Korean food culture offers a great pancake landscape.
Its adherents have kimchi pancakes, scallion pancakes, green pepper pancakes, seafood pancakes, sweet pancakes, spicy pancakes.......the list goes on and on.
Korea's pancake landscape is bountiful and has a long history.
5. Scottish Pancake and Crumpet -
Click to see the full size image of the Scottish pancake.
It has a cratered surface perfect for soaking up Scotch, or whatever topping you desire.
This pancake is made with bacon and onions and "smothered in Gouda cheese."
It is called a pannekoek, and beer is sometimes added to the batter to help it rise. These pancakes are large and skinny compared to American pancakes.
The picture was taken in Okachimachi.
7. Korean Mung Bean Pancake -
Here's another Korean pancake. We chose it because there are so many varieties, and because we never get to the opportunity to say mung bean.
A mung bean is a small, round, green bean often used in Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Bangladeshi, Korean, Pakistani, and Southeast Asian cuisines.
1. Sausage Wrapped in Pancakes - IHOP - USA
USA, USA, USA.