Dear Barbara: I’m having trouble with pancakes not being done. I wait until there are bubbles on the top of the pancakes and then I flip them. They are still pale and raw looking. What am I doing wrong? — Angie from Lodi
Dear Angie: When you see the bubbles come up, you need to wait until they stay. If they appear and then go away, the pancake is not done. Also, it is best to use a skillet that is not much bigger than the heating element. If it is too big, the pancakes on the outer edge won’t cook as fast because of uneven heat.
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