Greek Tiganites

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Greek Tiganites are rumored to be the first recorded pancakes in human history. As beloved today as in the 6th century B.C., tiny Tiganites earn their scrumptious taste from olive oil (in the batter) and a drizzle of honey (on top).
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  1. Step 1.

    Add wet ingredients to Whiskware Batter Mixer and shake to whisk.  

  2. Step 2.

    Mix dry ingredients together in a bowl, then add to wet ingredients in Better Mixer and combine.

  3. Step 3.

    Lightly coat a large pan with olive oil and heat over medium-high heat.

  4. Step 4.

    Add several small dollops of batter, allowing enough room for spread. Cook 1-2 minutes on each side, until golden. 

  5. Step 5.

    Serve hot, topped with a drizzle of honey, a spoonful of Greek yogurt, chopped walnuts, and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Recipe Note

WHIP THIS UP WHEN: Bite into ancient history with a plateful of Greek Tiganites, thought to be the first-known pancakes. 

DON'T FORGET: The Whiskware Batter Mixer helps you blend perfect pancake, crepe, or waffle batter, with minimal mess. Your countertops will love you!

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